Oak gall

Oak gall

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Caption: Gall on oak (Quercus robur). Plant gall arising from the interference by animal pests or bacterial life on the growth of the plant producing distortion from the normal growth. The cause of this gall is the gall wasp (Andriscus kollari), known as the oak marble.

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Keywords: andriscus kollari, animal, botany, gall, gall wasp, infection, insect pest, marble, oak, pathology, plant, quercus robus

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