I had only advanced a few yards into the park when I noticed that the goosegrass beside the main track was galled by Cecidophyes rouhollahi. This mite causes a twisting and general distortion of the leaves at the tip of the stem. It is both widespread and apparently harmless.
The mite, Cecidophyes rouhollahi, causes goosegrass to wring its
hands in despair. Byfield Pocket Park, 3 June, 2019
Please take my picture. This Speckled Wood decided to rest just in front
of my camera. I couldn't resist. Byfield Pocket Park, 3 June, 2019