The mite Cecidophyes nudus causes galls to form on the leaves of Geum (usually Geum urbanum). The mites live between hairs usually on the underside of the leaf, whilst the other surface shows bulges which vary from light green or yellowish to red.
Where the host plants occur.
Summer and autumn.
Status in Britain not known.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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