Los personajes: – Eriophydae: Phytocoptella avellanae; Betulaceae: Corylus avellana
Los datos: 1/100 s, f 10, 105 mm macro, ISO 200, trípode.
Data: 1/100 s, f 10, 105 mm macro, ISO 200, tripod.
Image: So is this piece of hazel, invaded by a clutch of eggs a female mite hazel. Their egg laying causes a deformation in the sheet-shaped horn, or gill. Nymphs develop free and in June-July invade the new buds of the current year’s shoots, breeding adults in autumn and winter.