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|date of photo Jun 11, 2010
this photo depicts an animal that was captive or collected
photo location Photographer's home in Plymouth.
animal's place of origin
Edge of wooded area, west side of River Plym, near Marsh Mills, Plymouth (England, United Kingdom)family Cecidomyiidaeorder Dipteraclass Insectanotes The photo shows the upperside of a leaf of Salix caprea, Goat Willow, and galls caused by the gall midge Iteomyia capreae. The gall is domed on the leaf's upper surface as shown, and conical with a circular, red-rimmed opening on the lower surface.photo category: Animal - Invertebrate-Insect
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