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0 0 Agathomyia wankowiczii

Agathomyia wankowiczii

by AmpicsWirral, England, United Kingdom

Insect gall on bracket

0 1 Spotting


by MachiFlorida, USA

Red cup-like gall. Exobasidium vaccinii?

1 5 Red Leaf Fungus Gall

Red Leaf Fungus Gall

by tibipradaStuart, Florida, USA

0 0 Rust fungus gall

Rust fungus gall

by LeubaVictoria, Australia

A multi-lobed rust brown woody growth on a branch of an acacia tree. The ...

3 3 Parasitic Fungus

Parasitic Fungus

by Leuba RidgwayVictoria, Australia

A highly branched black clump of fruiting bodies arising from stem

0 2 gall


by AlexKonigHeerlen, Limburg, Netherlands

Galls or cecidia are outgrowths on the ...

0 1 Spotting


by monkey-mindGemeinde Leobersdorf, Niederösterreich, Austria

some kind of illness on these leaves - looked interesting, could be some

0 0 Gall tree disease

Gall tree disease

by JenniferReneeDekkerMichigan, USA

Black fungus or growth on tree branch.

0 1 Spotting


by mjgierkeMichigan, USA

Looks like a blueberry gall with some

2 1 Red leaf fungus gall

Red leaf fungus gall

by auntnance123Florida, USA

firm, fleshy growth on leaves

0 0 Cedar rust gall

Cedar rust gall

by nernostendorfCincinnati, Ohio, USA

Bright orange fungus in cedar tree.

1 3 Black Knot Fungus

Black Knot Fungus

by dandoucetteNiagara Falls, Ontario, Ontario, Canada

Some sort of gall. Kind of looks like hard ...

0 0 Cootamundra wattle galls

Cootamundra wattle galls

by Leuba3178, Victoria, Australia

Some like thick flower buds and others like green globular growths with ridges, ...

0 0 Leaf Galls

Leaf Galls

by joanbstanleyTexas, USA

Finger type leaf galls on Elm leaves. Plant ...

0 2 Willow Pinecone Gall

Willow Pinecone Gall

by Fyn KyndMaine, USA

Willow Pinecone Gall Midge (Rabdophaga ...

0 0 Gall or fungi ?

Gall or fungi ?

by AlexKonigHeerlen, Limburg, Netherlands

in the forest i thought it would be a

3 2 Cedar-apple Rust Galls

Cedar-apple Rust Galls

by Christine Y.Connecticut, USA

This is a plant pathogen that causes cedar-apple rust. On Eastern Red Cedar ...

0 4 Oak gall

Oak gall

by LuisStevensMexico

. I put it under fungus but I don't ...

0 0 Azalea leaf gall

Azalea leaf gall

by SukesihGunaNew South Wales, Australia

Leaf gall: Caused by the

0 0 Spotting


by lorainedgUtah, USA

At least it's likely a fungus, or a type of ...

0 0 Spotting


by chesterbperryEast Ridge, Tennessee, USA

some kind of gall, but guess it could also ...

2 2 Asexual Gall

Asexual Gall

by RebeccaRussellMustinCalifornia, USA

Fungus or disease on an oak tree leaf

0 0 Plum Pocket Gall (on Black Cherry Tree)

Plum Pocket Gall (on Black Cherry Tree)

by QWMomGeorgia, USA

These weird tongue-like galls emerging ...

9 7 Myrtle Beech Fungus Gall

Myrtle Beech Fungus Gall

by Leuba RidgwayTarra Valley, Victoria, Australia

These irregular knobbly galls were caused ...

0 4 Cedar apple rust gall

Cedar apple rust gall

by KarenLTennessee, USA

Mountains. It can defoliate trees and blemish fruit making them unmarketable. ...

0 1 Insect Gall

Insect Gall

by Tamarac ConnieMinnesota, USA

Galls are abnormal plant growths caused by ...

0 0 Acacia Gall Rust Fungus

Acacia Gall Rust Fungus

by Neil RossQLD, Australia

Acacia Gall Rust

7 13 Acacia Gall Rust Fungus

Acacia Gall Rust Fungus

by Neil RossBrisbane, QLD, Australia

Acacia Gall Rust

1 0 Moelleriella epiphylla Fungus

Moelleriella epiphylla Fungus

by MachiInverness, Florida, United States

I thought this could be some sort of arthropod-related structure such as a ...

1 5 'Pouch' Leaf-Gall On Elm Leaf

'Pouch' Leaf-Gall On Elm Leaf

Missouri, USA

I have no idea what on earth this thing is. Is it a plant or is it a

1 2 Huitlacoche ( Corn Smut)

Huitlacoche ( Corn Smut)

by LuisStevensSan Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico

teosinte (Euchlena mexicana). The fungus ...

0 0 Alder Cone Gall Fungus

Alder Cone Gall Fungus

by ScottRasmussenMassachusetts, USA

Taphrina infects the cones of Alders and causes them to grow long tongue-like ...

0 8 Quince rust

Quince rust

by KarenLTennessee, USA

Some kind of fungus or

1 7 Western Gall Rust

Western Gall Rust

by Brian38Washington, USA

A bright yellowish fungus covering a scar ...

0 0 Spotting


by mauna KunzahHawaii, USA

Brown, fibrous structure on the underside of a huge spiky plant. Between one ...

2 2 Cedar-Apple Rust

Cedar-Apple Rust

by grmayberryOklahoma, USA

Rust-colored galls form on the twigs of ...

3 3 Cedar-Apple Rust Gall

Cedar-Apple Rust Gall

by chesterbperryTennessee, USA

This fungus alternates between hosts, most ...

0 0 Cynipidae


by Ivan RodriguezArizona, USA

likely a wasp gall! Therefore, I have ...

5 2 Cedar-apple rust

Cedar-apple rust

by Maria dBChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

On the Eastern Red Cedar host, the fungus ...

0 2 Hawthorn rust, roya del espino

Hawthorn rust, roya del espino

by arlandaAlcobendas, Madrid, Spain

This species of Gymnosporangium is a fungus ...

0 3 Fungus induced acacia galls

Fungus induced acacia galls

by ArgyBeeVictoria, Australia

Clusters of tough woody balls; each large cluster (containing about 8 spheres) ...

3 2 Snout Moth

Snout Moth

by LeubaVictoria, Australia

A brown and white moth with a wing span of about 30 mm. The moth was seen ...

0 0 Woolly Aphid

Woolly Aphid

by HillsideNew Franklin, Ohio, USA

predators. At first inspection this may make them appear to be a

4 2 Coihue


by josecardenasvejarX Región de Los Lagos, Chile

(Cyttaria harioti), a globally edible

0 0 Shubert Chokecherry

Shubert Chokecherry

by amberly.morrisAlberta, Canada

Normally, their new leaf growth will be green, and turn a reddish-purple color ...

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