Oak Galls

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Galls are structures budded out from stems, leaves, or other pats of plants. Galls are made by insects for the protection of their young or immature larvae. Pictured is a cluster of galls and an oak twig with two galls.


Nicholson, George The Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening, Div. VI (London, England: L. Upcott Gill, 1884)


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