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The leaves are distorted by the galls of the mite Eriophyes galii. Two for the price of one!
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Thanks for that extra bit of information, Murdo. I wondered why they were so distorted.
I'd always assumed it was weedkiller damage! Maybe sometimes it is, but I'd not thought of the possibility of galls. I saw some lovely galls (I presume) on creeping thistles yesterday - they looked rather like gooseberries.
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