EPPO Global Database

Xanthomonas citri pv. citri(XANTCI)

Distribution details in Iran

Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2015: Present, restricted distribution
First recorded in: 1989
From CABI Disease map 011 (2006): Present, no details
EPPO Reporting Service (1993/42) : found on Citrus aurantifolia in Kahnouj, province of Kerman, in 1989.

EPPO Reporting Service (2002/005) : now widespread in southern Iran.
* Alizadeh A, Rahimian H (1990) Citrus canker in Kerman Province. Iranian Journal of Plant Pathology 26 (1-4), 42 (En), 118 (Pe)
------- First record, on Citrus aurantiifolia in Kahnouj, Kerman province in 1989.

* Mirzaee MR (2015) Citrus bacterial canker pustules are associated with leafminer galleries in Iran. Journal of Plant Pathology 97(1), p 213.
-------- Association of disease pustules with larval galleries of Phyllocnistis citrella.

* Mohammadi M, Mirzâee MR, Rahimian H (2001) Physiological and biochemical characteristics of Iranian strains of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri, the causal agent of citrus bacterial canker disease. Journal of Phytopathology, 149(2), 65-75.

* Pruvost O, Goodarzi T, Boyer K, Soltaninejad H, Escalon A, Alavi SM, Javegny S, Boyer C, Cottyn B, Gagnevin L, Vernière C (2015) Genetic structure analysis of strains causing citrus canker in Iran reveals the presence of two different lineages of Xanthomonas citri pv. citri pathotype A*. Plant Pathology 64(4), 776-784.
------- Genetic studies on strains from Fars, Kerman, Hormozgan, Sistan & Baluchestan provinces

* Rezaei MK, Shams-Bakhsh M, Alizadeh A (2012) Genetic diversity among Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri in Iran. Journal of Plant Protection Research 52(1), 1-9.
------- Genetic studies on strains from Southern Iran (Fars, Hormozgan, Kerman, and Sistan & Baluchestan provinces).
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
Afghanistan Present, no details view...
Iraq Present, no details view...
Pakistan Present, no details view...
Türkiye Absent, confirmed by survey view...