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What the heck are these? I live in Florida and my dog swallowed these and then threw them back up. I washed them off to see what they might be. Covered in what looks like hair. The only trees I have are Queen palm, foxtail palm, 1 magnolia and 1 mimosa.enter image description here

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  • It's palm, but I can't tell you which one. If you search on google the seeds of your two palms, it's probably from the queen palm
    – benn
    Aug 21 at 10:34
  • I found out these are from my Queen palm after the fruit ripens and turns orange. They are sweet so it attracts the dog to eat them. Keep them cleaned up or get rid of the Queen palm trees where the dog runs! They’re too tall to cut the fruit branches off so, I’ll have them removed!
    – Rachel
    Aug 21 at 15:53
  • @Rachel why don’t you post this as an *answer? Self-answering your own question is perfectly fine on SE sites. Comments on the other hand are not the place for answers and are temporary by design. I’m sure other (future) users would love to learn from you.
    – Stephie
    Aug 22 at 18:08
  • I thought I did! Oh well!
    – Rachel
    Aug 23 at 21:03
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I found out these are from my Queen palm after the fruit ripens and turns orange. They are sweet so it attracts the dog to eat them. Keep them cleaned up or get rid of the Queen palm trees where the dog runs! They’re too tall to cut the fruit branches off so, I’ll have them removed!

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