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1517406265Code 6027 Yew seedYew seed (Taxus baccata), enlarged and removable didactic model of the seed of the badger, tree very used as hedge, belonging to the order of the conifers. German manufacture of the twenties in papier-mâché painted by hand and mounted on an ebonized wooden base. Height 58 cm - 22.8 inches, base diameter 17 cm - 6.69 inches. Good condition.

The yew (Taxus baccata L., 1753) is a tree of the order of conifers, widely used both as an ornamental hedge and as an isolated pruned plant. The yew is an evergreen tree that reaches between 10 and 20 meters in height, with a very slow growth; for this reason, in nature, it often occurs in the form of a small tree or a shrub; the crown has an irregular globular shape, and has very low branches. The plant, being a Pinophyta, does not produce fruit: those that look like fruits are actually arils, that is, the fleshy excrescences that cover the seed. The birds eat these arils and digest the pulp, while the real seeds manage to cross the digestive process intact and, once expelled, settle in the ground giving rise to a new specimen, contributing to the spread of the tree itself.

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