Plant Parasites Display: The Life and Lore of Insect Galls
Hikers often find plant galls on shrubs and trees. Galls are formed when certain insects lay eggs in plant tissue, initiating the development of new soft tissues for later consumption by the larvae. This display provides a perfect visual introduction for campers, students, hikers, and outdoor educators. Three gall types are mounted, identified, and described in an 8" x 12" glass-topped case.
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