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Eggs - Phylloxera

Eggs - Phylloxera
Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee, USA
July 27, 2009
Size: 1 half in each or smaller
This was found in an upland regenerated forest. The eggs were underneath the leafs. Any ID would be helpful. I don’t know the host plant. Thank you Kathleen

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These are Phylloxera (an aphidlike insect) galls on hickory. No wasps are known to form galls on hickory.

We would guess this
is a hickory.

 
ThX
Thank you, I wasnt sure what kind it was. It is a hardwood forest

Probably Wasp Galls
info here: http://bugguide.net/node/view/14878/bgimage

 
ThX
That so kewl, I have seen other kinds before
Thank you Kathleen

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