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What a fascinating, complicated image! It tells a nice story. Looks like the hanging anthers had shed their pollen long ago, and then, to avoid self-pollination, the erect female parts sprouted much later, and are receptive now, and it seems some of them have managed to capture pollen to fertilize those seeds.
It would be interesting to do a time series. Maybe you can still find a flowering head somewhere that is still in its male state, with active, pollen-covered anthers. That would make a nice contrast with the female-state picture you posted.