Name: Agal leaf spot (cephaleuros virescens)
Symptoms are mainly found on leaves but depending on the plant species it can infest twigs, limbs and fruit. The disease usually attack the leaves on low hanging branches without affecting higher foliage. Symptoms include green, yellow-green, or rust coloured leaf spots up to 5mm in size, which appear raised, roughly circular and cushion like.
Stems many develop cankers where infestation is high, and may be covered with reddish brown hairlike fruiting bodies and eventually produced rust-coloured “spores”. Fruit damage is limited to the skin with slightly sunken, cracked dark appearance.