Gouty oak gall Very common on red oaks. Caused by wasps or flies. Old galls look woody; new galls are lighter in color and spongy. This gall is common to red oak species. The tree makes the gall in reaction to insect larvae living … Continue reading
For your information: If you are interested in Mississippi forestland data, the USFS Southern Research Station has just published “Mississippi’s Forests 2013”, Resource Bulletin SRS-204. Author Sonja N. Oswalt You can download a copy at this LINK
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