Bean common mosaic virus

Bean common mosaic virus

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Caption: Bean common mosaic virus, seen on the leaves of a green bean plant (Phaseolus vulgaris). The Bean common mosaic virus causes symptoms that appear as a light green-yellow and dark green mosaic pattern on the leaves. Often, as seen here, the veins are dark green whereas the areas in between are light green-yellow. This is usually accompanied by leaf distortions such as puckering, blistering and a downward curling. Photographed in Colorado, USA.

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