Agrimony The two pistils in the flower develop into achenes that remain enclosed by the hypanthium. The hooked bristles on the hypanthium (arrow) elongate and stiffen in the fruit, providing a means for attachment to the coat of an animal dispersal vector (ectozoochory).
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