Do you know the latin name of this plant:

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Update: There appear to be two more questions about the same species on this site:

Does anyone know what this wildflower is?

What are these small brown curved seeds?

A picture from the first question above: (one can notice oval membranes (in the top right potion of the photo) that are green at that stage, and contain seeds in the middle that just started developing - just incredible)

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This is Lunaria annua. Some call it the money or silver dollar plant. Lunaria annua You are looking at the seed of this plant.

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    Actually what we're seeing in this picture is the center membrane. Seeds are house on either side, and are covered with another membrane. image of seed If I think about I'll try and take some more details shots when I'm at work. – Ben Dec 8 '17 at 12:20
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    So it is the fruit, Translucent, so one can see the seeds (not so different from elm, but different family) – Giacomo Catenazzi Dec 8 '17 at 13:47
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    ANother name in the UK is honesty – Chris H Dec 8 '17 at 15:45
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    Seeds already feel off. The outer membrane is sort of dirty gray and you can see the black sees through it. As it dries, that outer membrane peals off and the seeds fall off. The inner membrane is what is left and is what you have. – Ben Dec 8 '17 at 17:07
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    photos it was wonderful to catch them with the light shining through them. Just used theses shots on my Instagram feed. – Ben Dec 8 '17 at 22:46

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