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Oak Apple Acrylic Print featuring the photograph Oak Apple Gall On Oak (quercus Robur) by Dr Jeremy Burgess

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Oak Apple Gall On Oak (quercus Robur) Acrylic Print

Dr Jeremy Burgess

by Dr Jeremy Burgess

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Oak Apple Gall On Oak (quercus Robur) acrylic print by Dr Jeremy Burgess.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

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An oak apple on a twig of English oak (Quercus robur), in May, UK. The picture shows a gall developing from a dormant leaf bud, with a normal bud to... more

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An oak apple on a twig of English oak (Quercus robur), in May, UK. The picture shows a gall developing from a dormant leaf bud, with a normal bud to its right. The gall retains remnants of the scales that covered the bud, as a cone-like tip (left, brown). The gall is segmented; this results from the structure of the bud before the gall started to grow. The gall tissue (white with a red covering) is soft and spongy at this stage.Oak apples are produced when an asexual female gall wasp, Biorhiza pallida, lays eggs inside a dormant bud. She drills into the bud with her ovipositor to make a series of tunnels. She then lays up to 100 eggs in each, a process that can take several hours. The eggs develop into larvae, then male and female wasps. These sexual females lay eggs in the roots of the tree, also producing galls. The root galls give rise to asexual females, and the cycle is complete.

About Dr Jeremy Burgess

Dr Jeremy Burgess

Science Photo Library (SPL) is the leading source of science images and footage. Sourced from scientific and medical experts, acclaimed photographers and renowned institutions, our content is unrivaled worldwide. Outstanding quality, accuracy and commitment to excellence are deeply embedded in our DNA. Science Photo Library inspires creative professionals and delivers engaging content of the highest quality for a wide range of clients in a variety of sectors. Visit sciencephoto.com for more information and stay connected on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Vimeo.

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