family: Rosaceae (rose family)

Cherry trees are susceptible to attacks from gall midges. They attack the fruit, terminal shoot or buds, and on foliage. Galls on cherry leaves are usually pocket or pouch galls, and at times there can be many galls on one leaf.

Click 'compare galls' link to see more cherry galls and to compare them with other galls.

Below is an example of a cherry gall: