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Oak growth

Observed: 23rd March 2011 By: kcf32
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - course completeShropshire Wildlife Trust
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Oak growth 2011-03-23 (2)
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Oak growth 2011-03-23
Oak growth 2011-03-23 (1)
Description:

An example of several galls found on young oaks in grassland. Is it the result of a gall? Looking through other sites and images on the web it may be an old artichoke gall.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Artichoke Gall (Andricus fecundator) interacts

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tag

I am trying to get all UK plant gall postings in one place

see

http://www.ispotnature.org/projects/plant-galls

This will hopefully increase the "visibilty" to people interested in plant galls and increase identifcation/confirmation rates

There are cureently over 500 records collected

Could you please tag any plant gall records "plant gall" or "plant gall causer" - without speech marks

Thanks in anticipation - appologies if you get multiple requests as I am trawling through past records.

If you feel reasonably confident in your id why not go to "other observations and confirm them - Following Derek's advice - if you go here to get to the next record for the same species just go to the top left and click next

Thanks

Mark Wilson