Biorhiza pallida is a gall wasp species in the family Cynipidae. This species is a member of the tribe Cynipini, the oak gall wasp tribe, responsible for the formation of galls known as oak apples on oak trees. These are formed after the wasp lays eggs inside the leaf buds and the plant tissues swell as the larvae of the gall wasp develop inside…

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