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Along beginning (north end) of Dismal Swamp Canal Trail. Someone else posted the same thing (http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/158...) a year later and in the same city. Their posted was IDed as: "caused by Ocellate Gall Midge (Acericecis ocellaris)/small fly.
Spotted on May 10, 2014
Submitted on May 13, 2015
Hi Hailey! Most interesting topic for a mission! However, user-created missions on Project Noah must remain local as per instructions on our mission creation page (max. 300 miles radius). Global mission are reserved for organizations or by prior approval of Project Noah. Please kindly edit your mission and specify the location in the text and title (e.g., Plant Pathology - North West USA). Many thanks in advance.
..maybe wasps did it.
Fascinating stuff. Alternative to 'opened' they may have been parasitised. Those holes look like external attacks to me.
This is so cool! I was trying to start a Plant Pathology mission. http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1311...
I think these are galls. Some are already open.