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These are not eggs, they are rose leaf galls caused by the spiny rose gall wasp (Diplolepis bicolor) larva that encases itself inside the gall and then matures and chews a hole in the gall to escape in spring, laying its eggs on a newly emerged leaf bud. The larvae generate the gall in the fresh leaves, perpetuating the cycle. Remove the galls in late summer ...


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It's Jatropha gossypiifolia, a medium-sized (maximum 15m) shrub.The leaves are similar to the leaves of a cotton plant (Gossypium). Often categorized as an agricultural weed. Poisonous for mammals also. Commonly used for the production of Biodiesel. As per wikipedia- There are many common names for Jatropha gossypiifolia including bellyache-bush, black ...


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