Anthracnose (canker) on a ripe tomato

Anthracnose (canker) on a ripe tomato

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Caption: Anthracnose on a ripe tomato. Tomato anthracnose (Colletotrichum coccodes) is a mould that infects tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum). It initially appears on the skin surface as small water-soaked spots before spreading and deepening into the inner tissues of the tomato. Eventually large rotted holes form in the tomato, allowing other organisms to enter the fruit and rot it completely.

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