Hi, The image is White Oak (taken last week as close up as I could get) with what look to be some sort of pink scale type bug. If you zoom right in you can see two large oak apple galls? sort of behind the leaves as well. Some of the leaves are completely chewed to the main ribs and others appear to be skeletonized? Looks like there is more then one culprit responsible for this damage. Does anyone have any thoughts on what type of scale (if that's what is) and/or what else might be chewing these leaves? Thanks!