Galbulus

A fleshy cone (megastrobilus); chiefly relating to those borne by junipers and cypresses, and often mistakenly called berry These cones (galbuli) are formed by fleshy cone scales which accrete into a single mass under a unified epidermis. Although originally used for the cypresses, the term is more applicable to the junipers. ...
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galbulus

(in gymnosperms) a fleshy cone (megastrobilus); chiefly relates to those borne by junipers and cypresses and often mistakenly called berries.
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galbulus

[n] - the seed-producing cone of a cypress tree
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