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|On Caribbean and Western Atlantic shores,
Entada gigas is the commonly collected Seaheart.
In other parts of the world, one will find other species, such as Entada rheedii and Entada phaseoloides.
|A very hearty Seaheart!
The Seaheart gets its name from its shape. Although there is quite a variety of sizes and shapes of Seaheart seeds, some do indeed take on a very heart shape!
Photo: © Jill Moore Hedrick;
Her seed, placed on a August photo from a
"Tropical Beaches 2018" calendar made in China and
distributed by Dolgencorp of Goodlettsville, TN.
A Sea-Bean Guide: Seaheart (Entada gigas)
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