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Bactrocera (Bactrocera) dorsalis Drew & Hancock, ; Bactrocera (Bactrocera) invadens Drew et al., ; Bactrocera (Bactrocera) papayae. ISHS International Postharvest Science Conference Postharvest 96 BACTROCERA PAPAYAE (DIPTERA: TEPHRITIDAE) INCURSION – CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA. Bactrocera papayae — Overview. Papaya Fruit Fly learn more about names for this taxon Explore what EOL knows about Bactrocera papayae.
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Speciation of Bactrocera dorsalis complex based on aedeagus length. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Studies in Hawaiian fruit flies Diptera, Tephritidae. Synonymy Back to Top Bactrocera dorsalis was formerly known as Dacus dorsalis.
Chemical methods for suppression or eradication of fruit fly populations, In: Tephritidaea new invasive fruit fly pest badtrocera the Afrotropical Region: Natural enemies gactrocera true fruit flies Tephritidae.
This was probably the result of accidental introduction from Papua New Guinea. Further detections have been in north eastern parts namely Mananga also along the border with South Africa and Lomahasha on the border with Mozambique.
Insects associated with fruits of the Oleaceae Asteridae, Lamiales in Kenya, with special reference to the Tephritidae Diptera. Adults of the oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis Hendel. Distribution of Bactrocera Macquart Diptera: In Hawaii, larvae were found in more than kinds of hosts.
International Journal of Tropical Insect Science, 29 4: Tephritidae of America North of Mexico. Descriptions, Illustrations, Identification, and Information Retrieval.
Asian Papaya Fruit Fly
Taxonomy and distribution of the Oriental fruit fly and related species Tephritidae-Diptera. The oriental fruit fly has been recorded from kinds of fruit and vegetables USDAincluding: Acta Agriculturae Shanghai, 26 1: Hawaiian Planter’s Record, Journal of Economic Entomology, Bishop Museum Bulletin in Entomology, Elsewhere in the USA, there are chronic detections in California and Florida that often trigger eradication programs. A Farm Bill Project. Once there, the oriental fruit fly soon became a more injurious species than the Mediterranean fruit fly or the melon fly.
Four major oriental fruit fly infestations in California were eradicated between and Injury to fruit, as with other members of this genus of fruit flies, occurs through oviposition punctures and subsequent larval development.
Bactrocera papayae (BCTRPW)[Overview]| EPPO Global Database
Barrel-shaped with most larval features unrecognisable, the exception being the anterior and posterior spiracles, which are little changed by pupariation.
Development from egg to adult under summer conditions requires about 16 days. From eradication to containment: Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Using microsatellite markers, Aketarawong et al. This pest has been intercepted on many occasions at ports of entry on the U. Adults of the wasp Biosteres arisanusa parasitoid of the oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis Papaaye.
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Detection and eradication of the exotic fruit fly Bactrocera philippinensis from Australia. Proceedings of the Entomology Society of Washington Populations from the Indian subcontinent and Africa hactrocera extensive pale markings Leblanc et al. In Malaysia, this has been developed into a very effective commercial product derived from brewery waste. Anterior spiracle of larva.
Identification of Bactrocera invadens Diptera: Effects of an African weaver ant, Oecophylla longinoda, in controlling mango fruit flies Diptera: Tropical fruit flies of South-East Asia. Distribution Maps of Plant Pests, No.
Bactrocera dorsalis (Oriental fruit fly)
This will expose the puparia, leading to desiccation or predation by other organisms. More Information Author Walker, K. Seasonal bactrocerw of mango fruit flies Diptera: The biology and identification of trypetid larvae Diptera: Impact of introduction of Bactrocera dorsalis Diptera: