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This spongy gall is found on various species of roses, and is produced by several insects as receptacles for their eggs. the larvae then feed upon the juices of the plant.


Editor in Chief Charles Morris Winston's Cumulative Loose-Leaf Encyclopedia (Philadelphia, PA: The John C. Winston Company, 1918)


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