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Re: neuroterus saliens?

Hi Graham Many thanks for the reply - am well chuffed with what was a chance find - Steve was pointing out the 'witches' broom' on the tree. Will look out for
jill cunningham
20 Sep
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Re: : Gall on Hulus lupulus ?

Hello Sebastien No, it was really Humulus lupulus (the flowers were there too). Jérôme ... Hello Sebastien No, it was really Humulus lupulus (the flowers
Jérôme Tourneur
20 Sep
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2605

: Gall on Hulus lupulus ?

Hello Jérôme, Wouldn't it be Vitis sylvestris instead of Humulus lupulus ? The gall would therefore be one of Colomerus vitis. Best, Sébastien Hello
carbobast
20 Sep
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Re: neuroterus saliens?

That's pseudoneuroterus saliens! .. ________________________________ From: british_galls@... on behalf of STONE
    STONE Graham
    19 Sep
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    2603

    Re: neuroterus saliens? [3 Attachments]

    Absolutely! That is Pseudoneuroterus sapiens, for sure (Not Neuroterus, because that genus only ever galls 'white' oaks such as robur and petraea. All species
      STONE Graham
      19 Sep
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      2602

      neuroterus saliens?

      Hi all I found these 2-3mm galls on Turkey Oak whilst on a Gall hunt/teaching session near Middleton One Row, (Darlington area) with Steve Robbins. He has not
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      19 Sep
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      2601

      Re: Ulmus gall

      Thanks, That's a new one for our department ! Jérôme Le 11/09/2017 à 13:57, 'kmharris@...' kmharris@... ... Thanks, That's a new one for our
      Jérôme Tourneur
      16 Sep
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      2600

      Re: Meadowsweet vein galls?

      Hi Keith Many many thanks for your ID and help - I had loads of photos to ID from a long visit to Scotland (no internet or microscope there), and this one was
      jill cunningham
      12 Sep
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      2599

      Re: Ulmus gall [1 Attachment]

      Hello Jerome That is a good image of galls of Physemocecis ulmi. A single larva develops inside each leaf pustule gall. Dasineura ulmicola larvae develop on
      kmharris@...
      11 Sep
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      2598

      Gall on Hulus lupulus ?

      Hello everybody Another gall found this week on a lake border. There were somme bulges on Humulus lupulus leaves. Does someone have an idea ? Yours Jérôme
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      11 Sep
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      Ulmus gall

      Hello everybody, One gall found this week on Ulmus minor. I think of Physemocecis ulmi but as i've never seen this gall before I'm not sure. Could it be
      jerome.tourneur
      11 Sep
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      Re: Meadowsweet vein galls? [3 Attachments]

      Hi Jill These excellent images are leaf vein pouch galls of Dasineura undescribed species B on Filipendula ulmaria. They are illustrated in Fig. 333 in the
      kmharris@...
      10 Sep
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      2595

      Meadowsweet vein galls?

      Hi I spotted these on Meadowsweet in The Wood of Cree, Dumfries and Galloway - are they likely to be the un-named/dasineura harrisonii that's been on an
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      2594

      Re: Galls on Hawthorn leaf

      Thank you Brian The leaf was from a stem about 15 cm in length, one of several trimmed from a garden hedge, Some of the stems were topped by D crataegi galls
      R Homan
      8 Sep
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      2593

      Re: Galls on Hawthorn leaf [3 Attachments]

      Dear Robert, If I saw numerous upperside structures like these associated with a group of hawthorn leaves bunched and clustered at the tip of a long
      Brian Wurzell
      6 Sep
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