Lily mottle virus

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Asiatic lily co-infected with Lily mottle virus and Lily symptomless virus (click on image to enlarge it)
Author: John Fisher, Ohio Department of Agriculture
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Lily mottle virus (LMoV)

This virus is widely distributed and infects lilies and other plants. Infections of lilies by LMoV alone only cause mild if any symptoms. However, co-infections with several other viruses, for example with the Cucumber mosaic virus, can result in severe disease symptoms. Such co-infections might result in the death of the host plant. The virus is transmitted by aphids or by infected planting material.

Synonyms:
Tulip band breaking virus