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There are several infestations all happening at once! Many citrus trees, including lime trees, as well as plumeria trees, are dying off from severe insect (mite and scale) infestations which are being spread by a species of ants. Mites & scale insects usually feed on the underside of leaves and on young, developing tissues. These infestations become a significant problem under hot, dry conditions, and with global warming, island conditions have been hotter & drier, so these infestations have been worsened! This problem is usually easily identified by the crowds of bugs on the undersides of leaves. The bottoms of leaves will appear speckled with bugs, something like this: ants farm the mite & scale on trees. Scale & mite insects suck sap from their host plant to survive. They also produce a sweet, sticky substance called ‘honeydew’, which is a food source for many common ant species. Ants attracted by honeydew will farm scale & mites and often interfere with their predators; they may even move scale & mite eggs to new sites.These ants are becoming more resistant to pesticides. Also, a recent economic recession in Hawaii is causing many tree owners to neglect their land & trees, allowing these insects and diseases to spread! Citrus of all types also came under attack from the one-sixteenth-inch-long citrus blackfly in 1996 when the first infestation was discovered on Oahu, a department statement said. This fly spread to Maui and the Big Island within a month. Kauai held out until this year. Although the blackfly really is black, it belongs to a group of insects called whiteflies which can seriously damage citrus trees by sucking nutrients from their leaves. For more info on this pest, see this link: matters worse, this is happening at the same time as an invading foreign citrus tree disease called citrus canker. Citrus canker (CC) is caused by the bacterial pathogen Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri. To see if this is the problem you are having, see this link: disease is suspected to have come in via Japan or via Florida somehow, possibly by Japanese tourists, mississippi tourists, or Japanese people or Floridians who moved to Hawaii and smuggled in some contaminated citrus (or other trifoliate host plants) with them. Since 1996, hundreds of thousands of homeowners in Miami, Florida have lost their backyard citrus trees because of this disease. Thanks to the difficulties with selling homes, as well as with getting loans & credit in Hawaii over the last year or so, a lot of folks here don't have the money to properly treat these diseases when the symptoms are mild, so epidemics are occurring. :( If you take a sample of your diseased tree foliage to a Hawaii agricultural extension service or a larger nursery, they can help identify your particular problem for you. Hope this helps!
Sorry...I had to say it... Lyme disease?