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#2971375 - 10/06/12 09:06 PM what are these
Lady's man
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i scouted an area after work today and found thousands of these in anout a 30 yard circle but could not find the tree, do deer eat them?
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#2971433 - 10/06/12 10:12 PM Re: what are these [Re: Lady's man]
Meathunter73
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very deadly seeds from the death adder beech tree. Deadly to the touch. victim stays healthy until 3rd day after contact then dies within 5 mins of first sign of problems. Hope that is not your hand.
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#2971771 - 10/07/12 12:13 PM Re: what are these [Re: Meathunter73]
TRIGGER
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 Originally Posted By: Meathunter
very deadly seeds from the death adder beech tree. Deadly to the touch. victim stays healthy until 3rd day after contact then dies within 5 mins of first sign of problems. Hope that is not your hand.


Thought it was 2 days?

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#2971796 - 10/07/12 12:43 PM Re: what are these [Re: TRIGGER]
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Looks very similar to what I found yesterday as well. As a matter of fact I was going to post picture and ask same question. Only difference is ones I found are a little bigger, about the size of a marble. Are those hard like a nut, the ones I found are. I did find 1 pile of deer droppings close by so I am kind of assuming they are eating them. I thought maybe beech nuts but am not sure. I am hunting Scott County and these were the only thing I found on the ground, could not find a single acorn anywhere on the ground.
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#2971916 - 10/07/12 03:51 PM Re: what are these [Re: pcrc]
Poleaxe
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Their natural viagra. Bone appetete.
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#2971971 - 10/07/12 05:06 PM Re: what are these [Re: Poleaxe]
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Burnt peanuts?
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#2972021 - 10/07/12 06:35 PM Re: what are these [Re: Hollar Hunter]
Lady's man
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pcrc, i also found some droppings near by but looked a lil old but there were some acorns in the area as well. they were a lil hard to the touch.
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#2972029 - 10/07/12 06:38 PM Re: what are these [Re: Lady's man]
bowriter
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Not beechnuts. Look a little like wild strawberries but not much. Could be hominy that hasn't ripened yet.
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#2972193 - 10/07/12 08:39 PM Re: what are these [Re: bowriter]
Lady's man
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Wat is that bowriter?
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#2972238 - 10/07/12 09:05 PM Re: what are these [Re: Lady's man]
shopson
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Hominy is corn so that's just wrong but I have no idea what you've found. Personally I wouldnt spend my time hunting the area because I found them.
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