Spend some time in old fields and meadows in the fall and you'll notice a variety of dead, standing stalks that have gone to seed. Some seeds are hidden within juicy pulp, other seeds form in clusters designed to stick to animal fur (and clothing) and hitchhike to new locales, while still other seeds are attached to fluffy parachutes designed for wind dispersal. This week's quiz features one of the latter types. Name the species that produced this handful of fluff.
Leave a guess in the comments below. And be sure to check out the answer to last week's bird feather quiz on the Quiz Answers page.