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Rubus parviflorus - THIMBLEBERRY - Rainyside.com
The insect responsible is a short-lived parasitic wasp (Diastrophus kincaidii) that lays thirty to fifty eggs in the thimbleberry's tissue. The gall forms three to four .
http://www.rainyside.com/plant_gallery/natives/Rubus_parviflorus.html

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thimbleberries and wasp galls

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The Facts on thimbleberries and wasp galls

Island Nature :: A Galling Discovery
Apr 3, 2011 . Haggard's book had a picture of a gall on Thimbleberry that matched these roadside galls perfectly. The gall wasp responsible for the .
http://islandnature.ca/2011/04/a-galling-discovery/

White Flowers
The thimbleberry gall wasp Diastrophus kincaidii will form swellings (galls) on the stems of thimbleberries, sometimes weakening branches. There may be many .
http://www.netartsbaytoday.org/html/white_flowers.html

Formatted Buggy Bits Vol1.pub
The thimbleberry has a gall wasp that causes a swelling in the stem. If you find one of these galls, and if the swelling does not have tiny escape holes in it from .
http://extension.oregonstate.edu/yamhill/sites/default/files/Formatted_Buggy_Bits_Vol1.pdf

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Causes of thimbleberries and wasp galls

ON THE COVER I'm your thimbleberry - North Coast Journal
Jul 19, 2007 . Haggard likes Gibbons, actually -- he brings his name up on a walk one afternoon in search of wasp galls in a wealthy thimbleberry corridor .
http://www.northcoastjournal.com/071907/cover0719.html

The following factors affect whether FAS or FAE will occur and how severe the condition may be:

  • timing of alcohol use during the pregnancy
  • amount and frequency of alcohol consumption
  • the mother's general health
  • resources available to the mother

Diplolepis rosae Bedeguar gall wasp
Bedeguar gall wasp Diplolepis rosae (Linnaeus, 1758) . the galls induced by the herb gallwasp Diastrophus kincaidii on thimbleberry (Rubus parviflorus), and .
http://hedgerowmobile.com/Diplolepisrosa.html

Oak gall communities
In non-oak gallwasp galls, the weevil Rhynchites bicolor feeds within the galls induced by the herb gallwasp Diastrophus kincaidii on thimbleberry (Rubus .
http://homepages.ed.ac.uk/amegilla/Oak%20gall%20communities

VIU Biology - Tim Goater
Larissa Nelson Ecology of gall wasps and parasitoids of thimbleberry plants. Jennifer Waller Effects of insect seed herbivores on germination of Garry Oak .
http://www.viu.ca/biology/faculty/goater.asp

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Symptoms and Complications of thimbleberries and wasp galls

Biology, Ecology, and Evolution of Gall-inducing Cynipidae | Mendeley
Cynipid gall wasps (Hymenoptera; Cynipidae, Cynipinae) induce some of the most structurally complex plant galls, and with c. 1400 described species, they are .
http://www.mendeley.com/research/tutorials-mathematical-biosciences-iv-evolution-ecology/

  • central nervous system abnormalities (problems with brain development and behaviour)
  • a particular pattern of facial features (see below)
  • slower than average growth

Pacific Willow Bro. Alfred Brousseau - Seward Park
The shrub understory is composed largely of salmonberry, thimbleberry, elderberry, . The galls serve to protect and feed the gall wasp larvae and do not cause .
http://www.sewardpark.org/magforest.html

The Effect of Hostplant and Parasitoids on the Reproductive ...
success of the parthenogenetic gall wasp Diplolepis rosae. (Hymenoptera, Cynipidae) . positive correlation between wasp size and gall (clutch) size. Parasitoid . kincaidii Gilette (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) on Thimbleberry. Univ Idaho Dept .
http://www.jstor.org/stable/4217398

Welcome to THE NORTH COLUMBIA MONTHLY ~ The best of the ...
Gall Work July 2005. Chokecherry is one of the signature plants of the North . all over the place, from wild roses to willows, from thimbleberries to pine trees. . including hundreds of different wasps, midges, aphids, and flies, create galls as .
http://northcolumbiamonthly.com/boundaries/boundaries0705.shtml

The influence of host density and gall shape on the survivorship of ...
Diastrophus kincaidii is a univoltine cynipid wasp that induces a multilocular gall on the stems of the thimbleberry, Rubus parvzjlorus (Gillette 1893;. Wangberg .
http://www.nrcresearchpress.com/doi/abs/10.1139/z83-280

gall fly (insect) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
This group includes gall midges and certain fruit flies (order Diptera), gall wasps ( order Hymenoptera), some aphids (order Homoptera), and certain species of .
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/224190/gall-fly

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Pest Management Strategic Plan
All caneberries are susceptible to Crown and Cane Gall, but blackberries (in particular Boysen . Toxic to some beneficials such as parasitic wasps. . May be beneficial to remove blackberries and thimbleberries from field borders. Redberry .
http://www.ipmcenters.org/pmsp/pdf/OR-WAcaneberryPMSP.pdf

Island Nature :: Wasps and Hornets
Apr 3, 2011 . Old Wasp Gall . Earlier in the year I noticed a large section of Thimbleberry ( Rubus parviflorus) . European Paper Wasp (Polistes dominulus) .
http://islandnature.ca/category/invertebrates2/wasps-and-hornets/

Natural Solitude: Mutant Acorn?
Feb 8, 2008 . Not at all like a wasp nest or anything. So....as Photo Friday asks: What Is That? Thanks to Mary for providing the answer. It is an Oak Apple Gall .
http://naturalsolitude.blogspot.com/2008/02/mutant-acorn.html