Credit: CLAUS JENSEN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Opened pineapple gall, revealing the parasitic insect Adelges abietis within. Pineapple galls are chemically induced distortions of the needles of the sitka spruce (Pinea sitchensis). They are created by the insect to protect and provide food for the young. Filmed in Denmark.

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Adelgid in opened pineapple gall

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