No interactions present.
And the causer is a mite, so you can put it in 'Invertebrates'.
recording wildlife with The Recorder's Year on www.hbrg.org.uk/TRY.html.
Yes it was alder, many thanks!
This is very probably E. laevis but strictly speaking the mites that cause the gall should be examined by an expert. This is of course a counsel of perfection and rarely possible.
I am trying to get all UK plant gall postings in one place
This will hopefully increase the "visibilty" to people interested in plant galls and increase identifcation/confirmation rates
There are cureently over 400 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
Lat/Lng: 53.216, -1.4147
OS grid ref: SK391689