I took on the monumental personal task of identification and cataloging of every seed/nut that I find in my area. I live in Eastlake, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland and travel the local Metro Park systems regularly. I use field guides to assist in the samples I find. But I found something that stumped me. The subject in question, was found alone with no other samples around for at least a 10 foot perimeter. In good light, it appears to be red with pale yellow or possible off white specks. Outer coating is slightly bumpy and a fingernail can penetrate if pressed hard enough. It is spherical with a tapered top, most likely the point of separation from the stem. It is slightly larger than a quarter. Since this is my first time here, I am uncertain as to whether or not the photos uploaded. Will post and see.