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Beginner Fruit: Coccus hesperidum?

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jalilu
Tangier
Morocco
(Zone 10a)

October 15, 2012
9:05 AM

Post #9305857

Hi

I am trying to get rid of a parasite found on my two year old Mexican Lime (citrus aurantifolium). The fallen leaves exhibit tiny brown spots on their underside (less than a millimeter). Some of them crawl. I suspect that these are Brown Soft Scales "Coccus hesperidum". I keep my plant on the balcony (Zone 10)

Could anybody help me? Thanks



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