Iraella hispanica Nieves-Aldrey, 2005
Papaver rhoeas, galled flower (from Ronquist ao)
The flower bud is transformed into a 2.5 cm large dense leafy bunch, enclosing an irregular cavity with two to six larval chambers. Univoltine, hibernation and pupation in the dried gall.
Papaver dubium, rhoeas.
Because the gall is quite conspicuous, but nevertheless was only found as late as in 2005, its distribution probably is limited to NE Spain.
Nieves-Aldrey (2005a), Pujade-Villar & Schiopu (2015a), Ronquist, Nylander, Vårdal & Nieves-Aldrey (2018a).