Very nice, Kate. I had to look up "drupe" and in case anyone else was stumped, here's the definition:a one-seeded indehiscent fruit having a hard bony endocarp, a fleshy mesocarp, and a thin exocarp that is flexible (as in the cherry) or dry and almost leathery (as in the almond) Then I had to look up indehiscent, endocarp, mesocarp and exocarp! Thanks for the vocabulary lesson!
Wow, that is the most complex definition of drupe I've ever heard! We BOTH learned something!
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