EPPO Global Database

Citrus ringspot virus(CIRSV0)

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Stem lesions and leaf symptoms induced by a Florida isolate of citrus ringspot.

Courtesy: S.M. Garnsey - USDA-ARS, Orlando (US).

Citrus sinensis tree in Argentina infected with "naturally spread" psorosis. Bark scaling typically associated with citrus ringspot and some forms of psorosis.

Courtesy: S.M. Garnsey - USDA-ARS, Orlando (US).

Foliar symptoms.

Courtesy: S.M. Garnsey - USDA-ARS, Orlando (US).

Mature leaf symptoms of a Florida isolate of citrus ringspot.

Courtesy: S.M. Garnsey - USDA-ARS, Orlando (US).

Local lesions in Chenopodium quinoa.

Courtesy: S.M. Garnsey - USDA-ARS, Orlando (US).

Shock symptoms in recently inoculated sweet orange seedling (greenhouse). Necrosis in new growth flushes is common.

Courtesy: S.M. Garnsey - USDA-ARS, Orlando (US).

Citrus sinensis tree infected with "naturally spread" psorosis. Severe bark scaling typically associated with citrus ringspot and some forms of psorosis.

Local lesions in Chenopodium quinoa mecanically inoculated with extracts of citrus plants infected with citrus ringspot.

Courtesy: S.M. Garnsey - USDA-ARS, Orlando (US).

Fruit symptoms produced by the Texas necrotic citrus ringspot virus in grapefruit in the field.

Courtesy: S.M. Garnsey - USDA-ARS, Orlando (US).