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oak galls


Found in Northern Virginia.

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DDO 11 years ago

Thanks tleugs! I've been trying to find out what they are for a while now. They sure had chew holes in them.

tleugs 11 years ago

Those sure look like galls, which are produced by gall wasps to hold their young. If there are some little chew holes in them, the young wasps have made it out.

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McLean, Fairfax County, USA

Spotted on Nov 6, 2012
Submitted on Nov 7, 2012

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