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Ash Seeds Dispersion
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How are ash seeds dispersed?
North American ash trees have "wings" on the seeds and are primarily dispersed by wind.
This is an example of wind dispersal of seeds:
Anthony R. Brach
Missouri Botanical Garden
c/o Harvard University Herbaria
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