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It looks to me like it might be a type of mosaic virus. Once a plant is infected you can't do anything but try to prevent it from spreading. I think you should research that and if there is a good chance that is what you have, remove the plants and destroy them before it spreads. :( Good luck!!! Please keep us posted.