Red Galls with a white tip found on leaves of a tree near the coast.
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Assuming the tree is sycamore than these are Aceria galls of some sort. I have not however encountered galls with white tips before. Specimens of the mite which has caused these (not easy to obtain) would probably be needed to confirm an identification.
By the way where are they? There are a lot of Church Roads in the country!
I was going to suggest Aceria cephalones from online photos and thought the white spots may have been caused by something else too.
Sorry the location was meant to be Walton-on-the -Naze in Essex.
Thanks for your help :)
Lat/Lng: 51.8482, 1.2677
OS grid ref: TM251216