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At first sight this may look like a holly (Ilex aquifolium) with a fruit but it isn't. It is a red gall on a kermes oak leaf.
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Plagiotrochus quercusilicis is a species of wasp causing gall formation on Quercus. It was descibed by Fabricius in 1798.