Cone Gall - Causer unknown (Cone Gall)
A hard woody 'lump' gall of varying shape, but often rather cone shaped and 3 or 4 cm in height. The growth sometimes appears to be directly attached to the twig or branch. More information can be found in the British Plant Gall Aidgap key of 2011 at the top of page 291.
Found on many Salix species (Willows) and particularly prominent in the winter months.
All year round.
Believed to be fairly frequent in Britain, but poorly recorded.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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- DARK BLUE = 2015-2019
- LIGHT BLUE = pre 2015