A typical squash blossom would have the flower on top and then the young fruit emerging from the bottom of the blossom. In this freak of nature, there’s what appears to be a yellow fruit appearing from the bottom; but then we also have this monstrosity bubbling up from the center of the flower. Is it like an inside-out squashling that is growing its seeds on the outside? Tangled in yellow stamens? Is this the mythical SQUASH TERATOMA??
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