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SteveB | May 30, 2004 03:04 PM

Last week on this board there were several posts about the funny looking cherries now for sale at many places. The cherries look like they have a malformed twin attached to them. I've tried to find what this condition is called and what causes it, but with no success. I assume this condition--whatever it is--is not in any way harmful to people (or else I'm in trouble becuase the cherries are delicious). Does anyone know more about this?

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