7 Galls to Spot This Year - Woodland Trust - hairy galls


Hairy Beech Gall | NatureSpot hairy galls

Young galls develop early in the season as a small circular pustule or flattened dome which is visible on both leaf surfaces. Mature gall is cylindrical, hairy or.

Twig and stem galls, such as the gouty oak gall and horned oak gall, are One gall is actually a group of small hairy galls joined at a common spot on a twig.

Identify and control the types of insects/mites that make galls on Minnesota trees Appear as leaf curls, blisters, nipples or erineums (hairy, felt-like growths).