1. ACORN- the nut of the oak usually seated in or surrounded by a woody shell.

2.FAT - oily or greasy matter making up the bulk of fatty tissue and often abundant in seeds.

3. TANNIN- a bitter tasting soluble substance produced by plants.

4. LARVAE- a feeding form of an insect that hatches from an egg.

5. WEEVIL- small beetles that eat nuts, fruits, grains, and living plants.

6. WHITE OAK- Any of various oaks from Europe and North America whose acorns mature in one year.

7. RED OAK- any of numerous American oaks.

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