Photo 2. Nymphs of the citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri, showing the white waxy threads that are extruded from their bodies.
Photo 3. Adult citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri, showing wing patterns and characteristic feeding position.
Photo 5. Leaves with symptoms of huangbinglong disease; note that most leaves show yellowing on one side of the leaf. The leaf in the top left corner is health for comparison.
Photo 6. Symptoms of huanglongbing disease on citrus leaves and fruits. Notice the uneven colour of the fruit on the right.
Asian (or Asiatic) citrus psyllid
AUTHOR Grahame Jackson
Photos 1&3 David Hall, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bugwood.org. Photo 2 Michael Rogers, University of Florida. Photo 4 Michael Rogers, University of Florida. Photo 5 JM Bove, INRA Centre de Recherches de Bordeaux, Bugwood.org. Photo 6 Jeffery W. Lotz, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Bugwood.org. Photo 7 HD Catling, Bugwood.org.
Produced with support from the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research under project PC/2010/090: Strengthening integrated crop management research in the Pacific Islands in support of sustainable intensification of high-value crop production, implemented by the University of Queensland and the Secretariat of the Pacific Community.
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