Caption: Oak marble gall on an oak leaf (Quercus robur). Galls are chemical distortions of leaf buds, induced by the growth of the larva of a gall wasp (Andricus kollari). The wasp lays an egg in the leaf bud, and the gall develops to protect and feed the larva. Filmed in Denmark.

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Keywords: andricus kollari, biological, cecidia, color, color image, colour, colour image, day, daytime, denmark, distortion, europe, european, flora, forest, galls, leaf buds, marble gall, marble galls, motion, movement, nature, no one, no people, nobody, oak, oak marble galls, outdoors, outside, parasite, parasitism, pedunculate oak, plant, quercus robur, real time, zoological, zoology

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Oak marble gall

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