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Photo#874681
Small Oak Apple Gall - Amphibolips quercusostensackenii

Small Oak Apple Gall - Amphibolips quercusostensackenii
Wildwood Park; Radford, Virginia, USA
December 10, 2013
I think that this is some sort of oak gall. I'd like an Id, please.

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Adam Krantz
here is working on the galls and reported that these were put into synonymy

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Thank you!
I appreciate this ID very much, J & J!!!!

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Please record the oak species whenever possible. I believe this gall is only known from red oak; there may be a gall like this that I'm not familiar with on another oak species.

 
Thanks,
Charley, I appreciate the info. You may remember that I'm really not good with tree Ids. I was doing well to recognize that it was oak. I also know that we do have red oak in our small park.

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