I am asking for the identification of seeds

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My friend brought me quite a lot of seeds from Brazil. I have a request for identification.

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The 5th photo from the top looks like a Mucuna species ('sea bean') seed: http://www.seabean.com/grow/

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6 down, in the white cup thing are papaya seeds, unless they just look small, then not

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3 down looks like avocado 

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@Ilovepalm, you are NUTTY!

And bless your heart!

 

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in the second photo on the right to seed that look like small aborted coconuts that fell of very early.

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The germinated seeds might be Inga.

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@Hillizard - thank you very much for website! :)

@Alan_Tampa - you're right, it's papaya, I checked. I also checked this second seed and actually this avocado, although it has a strange shape.

@DoomsDave - :D:D:D Thanks :) 

@masatepino - are these minicoconuts to be sowed or thrown into the trash?

@Bennz - I don't know this plant (Inga).

 

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these minicoconuts are not fertile, but do not throw them into the trash yet. I might be mistaken and they are other kind of seeds. Mi coconuts abort a lot of young nuts, so frequently I see them laying on the ground, size of walnuts. at first yellow or green, and later on brown.

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Put all those things in pots and let's see which come up, can ID them much easier. A few more look familiar  it i can't seem to nail them down. 

Inga is a very cool plant, i have several in my yard. Ice cream bean is another name, and it is delicious!

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Posted (edited)

This looks like something I have seen before but for the life of me can't seem to remember!

 

I had just that same thing in my hand, i think I was in the keys at the time, maybe tropical almond. If it was at the old Adolf Grimal place then I truly don't remember!

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 This kinda of reminds me of dried nutmeg fruit. Maybe notIMG_20180313_135438.jpg.376aa1b4fafd259f

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I am very grateful for your help in identifying anyway! I just do not know which of these seeds, besides the bean soak before sowing?

@masatepino - Or sow these mini-cocos? And soak them?

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Hi! I have one more request - what is it?

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On ‎3‎/‎14‎/‎2018‎ ‎8‎:‎32‎:‎28‎, Alan_Tampa said:

This looks like something I have seen before but for the life of me can't seem to remember!

 

I had just that same thing in my hand, i think I was in the keys at the time, maybe tropical almond. If it was at the old Adolf Grimal place then I truly don't remember!

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Looks like Tropical Almond to me

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