EPPO Global Database

Pseudocercospora angolensis(CERCAN)

Distribution details in Cameroon

Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2010: Present, restricted distribution
From CABI Disease map 710 (1996): Present, no details
During a study carried out in 2005/2006, it was found in all citrus-growing areas which are located in the humid zones of Cameroon. Disease severity was higher in highlands than in lowlands. Other factors such as tree species and type of soil also had an influence on disease severity (Ndo et al., 2010).
* Brun, J. (1972) Fruits d'Outre Mer 27 (7-8), 539-541.

* Kuate, J.; Foure, E. (1988) Fruits 43 (9), 559-567.

* Kuate, J.; Manga, B.; Damesse, F.; Foure, E.; Rey, J. Y. (1994) Fruits Paris 49 (2), 93-101.

* Kuate, J.; Manga, B.; Foure, E.; Rey, J. Y. (1994) Fruits Paris 49 (1), 31-36.

* Ndo EGD, Bella-Manga F, Ndindeng SA, Ndoumbe-Nkeng M, Fontem AD, Cilas C (2010) Altitude, tree species and soil type are the main factors influencing the severity of Phaeoramularia leaf and fruit spot disease of citrus in the humid zones of Cameroon. European Journal of Plant Pathology 128(3), 385-397.
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
Central African Republic Present, no details view...
Congo Present, no details view...
Gabon Present, no details view...
Nigeria Present, no details view...