Fig leaf mottle-associated virus 1

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Fig leaf mottle-associated virus 1 (FLMaV-1)

The virus infects fig trees in various regions. It causes the fig mosaic disease which is transmitted by the eriophyid fig mite Aceria ficus or through grafting. The symptoms include chlorotic mottling and blotching, banding, clearing and feathering of the veins, chlorotic and necrotic ringspots as well as line patterns.