Fruit types.

A fruit consists of a fertilized ovary (within its carpel) with one or more seeds.

Fleshy fruits (tomato, grapefruit, nectarine) attract animals which eat the fruit and aid in dispersal of the indigestible seeds.

Dry fruits (milkweed, hazelnut) are often adapted for dispersal by wind or water, or by animal carriers.

Bat and agouti;