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Cedar-Apple Rust (Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianae )

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I had never seen these before and just this last week I noticed them adorning my juniper trees. They have a tangerine color to the jelly like tentacles that come from the growth on the branches.  They're not healthy for the trees,  but they look really cool.  

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We seem to get a few galls on our cedar trees every year. I rarely catch them fruiting, though.

Bruce

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