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It's not a banana peel - What is this seed pod?

2017-04-21 - City Hall, by Official Snowball Shrub Weather Prognosticator bush, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, .
Pods like the one above were seen all along the sidewalk beside City Hall last evening, Thu 20 Apr 2017. At first glance they look very much like dried banana peels. But they are not. And as far as could be determined the pods are not broadcast from any plant in the City Hall landscape. (Failed to look UP. It's on the corner of the building, as Billy Joe Fudge points out in the accompanying article.) After studying the obvious question, "How many four-leaf clovers can be found here?" we hope some expert will give us the answer. - EW

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