Hawthorn affected by a parasitic midge

Hawthorn affected by a parasitic midge

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Caption: Insect gall on a hawthorn plant (Crataegus sp.). The gall (brown) was caused by the hawthorn button top midge (Dasineura crataegi). A gall is an abnormal swelling formed on a plant due to attack by a parasite.

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Keywords: animal, biological, biology, botanical, botany, crataegus sp., damage, damaging, dasineura crataegi, fauna, gall, hawthorn, hawthorn button top midge, insect, leaf, leaves, midge, nature, parasite, parasitism, pest, plant, plant pathology, wildlife

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