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Carrot like shapes emerging from a small cone on this cedar tree.

Carrot like shapes emerging from a small cone on this cedar tree. Thanks for the identification, Myriorama Found this on the web:-- A fungus called Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianae causes this unsightly cedar apple rust gall to appear on eastern redcedar trees (alternate host). The fungus overwinters inside these galls, then the orange jellylike "horns" (called telia) seen in the above photograph grow out of the gall in the spring and produce spores which may infect apple leaves to continColleen McKeeman

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