outgrowth caused by the mite; a: branch with galls; b: section through a galled brach; c: mites in the space between wood and bark (from Gerding ao).
Tamarix aphylla, Upper Egypt, El Kab, winter 2017/2018 © Maria Fremlin
Bark outgrowths, up to cm in size, both shoots as thin as 1-2 cm as very heave branches, caused by masses of mites living under the bark.
Tamarix aphylla, nilotica.
Found in Israël, probably occurring elsewhere as well.
Gerling, Kugler & Lupo (1976a).