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aab12002-sup-0001-FigureS1.tifTIFF image1898KFigure S1. The banana weevil, Cosmopolites sordidus (Germar) (Curculionidae: Coleoptera) (photo by Cliff Gold).
aab12002-sup-0002-FigureS2.tifTIFF image3130KFigure S2. Weevil larvae are responsible for corm tunnelling and damage (photo by Pascal Chaput).
aab12002-sup-0003-FigureS3.tifTIFF image2922KFigure S3. Plant snapping that resulted from rhizome damage caused by the banana weevil (photo by T. Musabyimana).
aab12002-sup-0004-FigureS4.tifTIFF image1992KFigure S4. The alien nematode species Radopholus similis in a cord root of a Cavendish plant in Cameroon (photo by John Bridge).
aab12002-sup-0005-FigureS5.tifTIFF image2195KFigure S5. Cord root cortex damage caused by Radopholus similis (photo by Dirk De Waele).
aab12002-sup-0006-FigureS6.tifTIFF image8307KFigure S6. Plant toppling caused by Radopholus similis in Uganda (photo by Dirk De Waele).
aab12002-sup-0007-FigureS7.tifTIFF image4659KFigure S7. Symptoms of bunchy top, caused by the Banana bunchy top virus (photo by Guy Blomme).
aab12002-sup-0008-FigureS8.tifTIFF image2794KFigure S8. The banana aphid vector of Banana bunchy top virus, Pentalonia nigronervosa (photo by Pascale Lepoint).
aab12002-sup-0009-FigureS9.tifTIFF image4747KFigure S9. (A) Leaf flecking symptom of banana streak (Banana streak UM virus) on ‘Mbwazirume’ (AAA-EA) in Masaka, Uganda (photo by Anthony James) and (B) necrotic flecks that can ultimately develop in leaves affected by Banana streak virus (photo by Randy Ploetz).
aab12002-sup-0010-FigureS10.tifTIFF image1718KFigure S10. Symptoms of Sigatoka leaf spot caused by Mycosphaerella musicola, (anamorph Pseudocercospora musae) (photo by Randy Ploetz).
aab12002-sup-0011-FigureS11.tifTIFF image4522KFigure S11. Symptoms of black leaf streak caused by Mycosphaerella fijiensis (anamorph Pseudocercospora fijiensis) (photo by Randy Ploetz).
aab12002-sup-0012-FigureS12.tifTIFF image2465KFigure S12. Yellow bacterial ooze in the leaf sheaths affected by Xanthomonas wilt (photo by Guy Blomme).
aab12002-sup-0013-FigureS13.tifTIFF image3825KFigure S13. Leaf yellowing and wilting of a plant affected by Xanthomonas wilt (photo by Guy Blomme).
aab12002-sup-0014-FigureS14.tifTIFF image3979KFigure S14. Discoloured pulp of fruit affected by Xanthomonas wilt (photo by Guy Blomme).
aab12002-sup-0015-FigureS15.tifTIFF image3874KFigure S15. Leaf yellowing and petiole breakage in a plant affected by Fusarium wilt (photo by Guy Blomme).
aab12002-sup-0016-FigureS16.tifTIFF image2184KFigure S16. Discoloured vascular bundles in a plant affected by Fusarium wilt (photo by Guy Blomme).

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