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2412 Views 1 Reply Last post: Jan 24, 2014 1:37 PM by Florin - Museum ID team RSS
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Aug 21, 2013 3:28 PM

Is this a gall wasp?

I've found a variety of galls on holm oak trees in Andalucia, Spain. They are very close to each other but each gall is different and on a separate tree. Are they different types of wasp, or a different reaction by the tree?

cherry-red gall on holm oak - on almond track 17-8-13.jpg

golfball-sized galls on holm oak - on almond track 17-8-13.jpg

oak gall on holm oak - on almond track 17-8-13.jpg

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