Credit: CLAUS JENSEN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Opened gall on a beech leaf, showing the insect larva within. Galls are growths on plants caused by parasitic insects. The insect pest releases chemicals that cause the growth of plant tissue around the developing larva, protecting it and providing it with food. Filmed in Denmark.

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Opened gall with larva

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Duration: 00:00:24.16

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