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... a horse chestnut (fruit). Are you sure that it is connect to the hawthorn?
Looks like a Horse chestnut fruit to me too!
Many thanks. It seems obvious now. Strangely, there wasn't a horse chestnut tree nearby
That is lovely and has been missed (or ignored) by Alan S.
The Wiki link shows something very similar - further on.
Here - http://www.nature-diary.co.uk/2007-07-14.htm
And maybe http://www.ispotnature.org/node/420571
If it is, then it is an rare form. I am wondering whether it is expressed from a berry?
So c'mon you guys, are you certain? The crack looks suspiciously like a H chestnut but then Nature is....
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