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“…CiL is transmitted by the false spider mite Brevipalpus spp. (Acari: Tenuipalpidae), specifically by B. phoenicis (8)(9)(10)(11). The control of CiL is done by vector extermination and the cost of acaricides represents around 100 million dollars per year in Brazil.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…CiL is transmitted by the false spider mite Brevipalpus spp. (Acari: Tenuipalpidae), specifically by B. phoenicis (8)(9)(10)(11). The control of CiL is done by vector extermination and the cost of acaricides represents around 100 million dollars per year in Brazil.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For instance, sweet orange is more sensitive than mandarins and the infection can lead to defoliation, fruit dropping and eventually tree loss. Virus particles are routinely found by electron microscopy in lesions of citrus leaves and viruliferous mites [10,11,[14][15][16]. CiLV is circulative in the vector, and it accumulates and replicates within mite organs [8].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The simplified PRAs contain in a "synthetic fiche" the information available allowing the assessment of the risk associated with the relevant organism. (Groot, 2006;Rodrigues et al, 1997). The three Brevipalpus mites are known to occur on citrus in Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, South America, and the United States (Jeppson et al, 1975).…”
Section: Background As Provided By the European Commissionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The most important economic impact caused by these mites on citrus is as vectors of the harmful viral disease, citrus leprosis (Childers et al, 2003c). Citrus leprosis is caused by Citrus leprosis virus (CiLV) that is transmitted by mites in the genus Brevipalpus (Rodrigues et al, 1997;2003). CiLV is listed in Directive 2000/29/EC (Annex IIAI) and is considered one of the most important viruses of citrus.…”
Section: Background As Provided By the European Commissionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…No Brasil, além de estar associado à transmissão do vírus da leprose (KITAJIMA et al, 1972;ROSSETTI, 1963;RODRIGUES et al, 1997) e da clorose zonada em citros (ROSSETTI et al, 1965) B. phoenicis também é importante vetor de outras doenças como a mancha anular do cafeeiro (CHAGAS, 1973), a pinta verde no maracujá amarelo (KITAJIMA et al, 1997), a mancha anular em Ligustrum lucidum L. NOGUEIRA, 1996) e em outras plantas ornamentais (CHILDERS et al, 2001;DERRICK, 2003). O ciclo biológico de B. phoenicis é constituído pelas fases de ovo, larva, protoninfa, deutoninfa e adulto, sendo que entre cada ínstar ocorrem períodos de imobilidade chamados de protocrisálida, deutocrisálida e teliocrisálida (HARAMOTO, 1969;FLECHTMANN, 1985).…”
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