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Infected leaves from the previous year commonly act as a source of inoculum for the disease.  Symptoms typically begin as small beige, gray, brown, or black circular or oval spots.  The spots continue to enlarge and if there are multiple spots they may coalesce
Infected leaves from the previous year commonly act as a source of inoculum for the disease. Symptoms typically begin as small beige, gray, brown, or black circular or oval spots. The spots continue to enlarge and if there are multiple spots they may coalesce
Leaf spots will often produce pepper-like fruiting bodies (pycnidia)
Leaf spots will often produce pepper-like fruiting bodies (pycnidia)

Fungal causal agent: Phyllosticta sp.

Crapemyrtle diseases

PHYLLOSTICTA LEAF SPOT