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The effects of camellia tea mite can be noticed in the cooler months when a bronze discolouration develops on the foliage. Left unchecked, bronzing envelopes the entire leaf and poor growth and reduced flowering result. Foliage develops a bronze discolouration down the central midrib of the leaf.