It would be worthwhile to have photos of the seeds put on the wiki, especially the wild-collected ones. Diane > I dichotoma two wild collected from Shanxi Province, and Jilin > Prov., China > All of these look like typical dichotoma seed - vaguely > spindle shaped (wider in the middle, narrower on both ends with a > small flattened 'wing' along one side. Color dark brown to black. > > There were more numerous seeds of I domestica all like small > black peas, round, shiny and dark. > > As you may know, the fruit of I dichotomoa is a thin walled, > elongate, roughly 3-sided pod. The fruit of I domestica is a cluster > of seeds reminiscent of a blackberry (giving it one common name of > 'Blackberry Lily').