EPPO Global Database

Liberibacter asiaticus(LIBEAS)

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Brown necrotic or aborted seeds in infected mandarin.

Courtesy: J.M. Bové - INRA, Bordeaux (FR)

Symptoms of huanglongbing (or greening) on sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) in Swaziland.

Courtesy: H.D. Catling (BD)

Huanglongbing-affected sweet orange showing yellow shoot symptoms.

Courtesy: J.M. Bové - INRA, Bordeaux (FR)

Leaf mottle on grapefruit, a characteristic symptom of huanglongbing (or greening), but also seen on trees infected by Spiroplasma citri.

Courtesy: J.M. Bové - INRA, Bordeaux (FR)

Symptoms of huanglongbing in trees. Presence of one or several yellow shoots per tree in an affected orchard

Courtesy: J.M. Bové - INRA, Bordeaux (FR)

Symptoms of huanglongbing in leaves. Typical asymmetrical blotchy mottle on both sides of sweet orange leaves

Courtesy: J.M. Bové - INRA, Bordeaux (FR)

Symptoms of huanglongbing in leaves. Typical asymmetrical blotchy mottle on both sides of sweet orange leaves

Courtesy: J.M. Bové - INRA, Bordeaux (FR)

Orange fruit with small and brownish aborted seeds and asymmetric, lopsided with a bent fruit axis sweet

Courtesy: J.M. Bové - INRA, Bordeaux (FR)

Colour inversion symptom. The peduncular end of the fruit turns yellow/orange, while the stylar end is still green (on the contrary to normal fruit colouration)

Courtesy: J.M. Bové - INRA, Bordeaux (FR)

Transmission electron microscopy picture of ‘Ca. Liberibacter’ cells located in a citrus sieve tube

Courtesy: J.M. Bové - INRA, Bordeaux (FR)