One of the more common citrus greening symptoms we see in the field these days is fruit that becomes mummified on the tree. Here, the fruit begin to dry out on the tree, and, strangely, often won’t completely rot. Instead, the fruit will hang for quite a long time before it drops–if it drops at all.

• Aperture:ƒ/4• Camera:V-LUX 20• Taken:March 23, 2013• Focal length:5.7mm• ISO:80• Location:27° 55.9217′ 0″ N 81° 54.1422′ 0″ W• Shutter speed:1/320s