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Oak Apple Gall (Internal) - Amphibolips quercusinanis

Oak Apple Gall (Internal) - Amphibolips quercusinanis
South Georgia, Georgia, USA
April 21, 2006
Size: approx 15 mm dia.
Internal structure of Oak Apple Gall


Very cool. I can tell you that they don't look like that if you cut them open too soon. :-)

Jay Barnes

that is really neat.

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