Andricus comata

Family: Cynipidae | Genus: Andricus
Detachable: integral
Color: pink, red, white, tan
Texture: hairy
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Shape: spindle
Season: Spring
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Walls: thin
Location: between leaf veins, leaf edge
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Liodora comata
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New American Cynipid Wasps From Galls

Liodora comata, new species

Host.--Quercus alba

Gall (pl. 16, fig. 11). — Conical, 3.0 by 1.4 mm., tan, thin walled, covered with crinkly white matted hairs. Produced singly at edge of leaf in early spring when leaves are only an inch or so long.

Habitat. — Type locality East Falls Church, Va. Adults emerged April 26 and May 4-15.

- LH Weld: (1952) New American Cynipid Wasps From Galls©

Reference: https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/15672479#page/367/mode/1up


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