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Place the flower head upright then gently pour silica gel around the outside of the flower.
The inflorescence, or flower head, consists of a cluster of about 15 to 20 reddish-brown (meat-colored) flowers covered with fleshy projections called papillae that are said to resemble wriggling maggots.
Many dozens of American goldfinches descended to dried flower heads to gorge on the nutritious seeds while a generous smattering of palm warblers worked over the flimsy stalks of blooming goldenrod for small spiders and other arthropods.
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