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Goldenrod ball gall

The insect larva grows inside this goldenrod ball gall. In this species, the larva has mouthparts that can chew through the gall, but the adult doesn’t, so the larva has to chew its exit tunnel before it pupates or it cannot get out, according to environmental educator, writer and photographer Kate Redmond of Wisconsin. Photo by Kate Redmond.

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