That, my friends, is a lot of pecan pies.
Oct 15, There are hundreds of types of galls and perhaps that many that will select oak trees. The tiny 'poppy seeds' on your lawn and under the tree are, indeed, galls, and probably produced by a tiny, harmless wasp.
This type of leaf gall does not harm the tree. Jun 22, Sounds like you may have some sort of caterpillar feeding up in your tree, and these are the droppings. In Maryland we would suspect canker worms or orange-striped oakworms, but you may have something else in your area. Here, we do not recommend control. It will not last forever and they are part of the food chain. It drops thousands of tiny pale tan pellets in the autumn.
I know that there are some oaks that drop bug larvae in shells, but I have always heard of those on the other side of the country. Also, I have so many, they are nearly a carpet. Jun 22, Gypsy moth caterpillar excrement -- and bits of chewed-up oak leaves -- on the street under a row of infested oak trees (Lynn Jolicoeur/WBUR) But there's a Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Apr 09, ANSWER: The live oaks are dropping male catkins. Their structures carry the male flowers of the trees.
Live oaks, like many shade trees, produce separate male and female flowers on the same bushleaning.barted Reading Time: 2 mins. I’ve seen the robins in my front lawn pulling up worms, taking flight, and dirt falling off of the worms.
Several years ago lightning struck one of our trees. Later I noticed where the lightning had traveled through the lawn it kicked up bits of red clay pellets in the process.” Shannon Pable “What about caterpillar droppings from the trees? Nov 28, These little balls, called oak galls, are a common occurrence caused when the tree reacts to non-stinging wasps laying their eggs on its leaves, branches, twigs or flowers. These insects inject a.