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Oak spangle-galls

Observed: 4th August 2013 By: Benny_wood
Black Country and Staffordshire Naturalists
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Description:

Dense galls on the undersides of leaves caused by the larvae of a wasp, on Quercus robur.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Common Spangle Gall (Neuroterus quercusbaccarum) interacts

Comments

darob57's picture

Also..

..in the first photo, there are some silk button spangle galls on the lower leaf. These are caused by N.numismalis.

Dave