3 edition of Pictorial key to fruit fly larvae of the family Tephritidae found in the catalog.
Pictorial key to fruit fly larvae of the family Tephritidae
George H. Berg
by Organismo Internacional Regional de Sanidad Agropecuaria in San Salvador, República de El Salvador
Written in English
|Statement||by George H. Berg.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 83/6083 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||81134926|
The fruit fly life cycle is a very interesting subject and is a necessary one to review if you have a few buzzing around your house. I have written briefly about this subject in another article but since then, I have been bombarded with additional questions and requests for more pictures so I decided to dedicate an entire article to this subject. Introduction. The family Tephritidae is a large group of schizophoran flies of over recognized species worldwide (Norrbom et al., ; Catalogue of Life as of August 13th – gueof ).Tephritid larvae are mostly phytophagous including some of the most significant pests of agricultural and quarantine importance (White and Elson-Harris, ).Cited by: 5.
Pest fruit flies of the world – larvae L.E. Carroll, A.L. Norrbom, M.J. Dallwitz, and F.C. Thompson Contents See also ‘ Pest fruit flies of the world (adults)’. This contents page, the key, and the descriptions were generated automatically from a DELTA database (Dallwitz ; Dallwitz, Paine, and Zurcher ). Several species of fruit flies belonging to the genera Anasgtrepha, Toxotrypana, Pictorial key to fruit fly larvae of the family Tephritidae. Organismo Internacional Regional de Sanidad agropecuaria (OIRSA), San Salvador, El Sal- Tephritidae) en mangos de chulucanas, Piura. Revista Peruana de Entomologia.
A Review of Fruit Flies of the Genus Rhagoletis (Diptera, Tephritidae) of Iran and Bordering Countries, with the Key to Species. The genus Rhagoletis Loew includes many economically important pests of fleshy fruits. Six species of this genus occurring in Iran and bordering countries are briefly reviewed, and a key to species is by: 3. The larvae of almost all Tephritidae are phytophagous. Females deposit eggs in living, healthy plant tissue using their telescopic ovipositors. Here, the larvae find their food upon emerging. The larvae develop in leaves, stems, flowers, seeds, fruits, and roots of the host plant, depending on the : Insecta.
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Pictorial key to fruit fly larvae of the family Tephritidae. This pictorial key to the larvae of species of Tephritidae includes most of those species of economic or quarantine importance that occur in the OIRSA region (which includes Mexico, Central America and Panama) or are frequently intercepted at the ports of by: 8.
Pictorial key to fruit fly larvae of the family Tephritidae. Abstract This pictorial key to the larvae of species of Tephritidae includes most of those species of economic or quarantine importance that occur in the OIRSA region (which includes Mexico, Central America and Panama) or are frequently intercepted at the ports of entry.
Fruit Fly - Family Tephritidae This page contains pictures and information about Fruit Flies that we found in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia Adults in this family are from small to medium size. Their wings are often patterned. They are orange, brown to black in colours but never metallic.
A pictorial key for 13 species of fruit flies under 2 genera namely Bactrocera and Dacus of subfamily Dacinae (Diptera: Tephritidae) is presented in this paper based on actual photographs of fruit.
and vegetables to attack by the Oriental fruit fly (Dacus dorsalis). Bulletin of the Department of Agriculture California • Berg GH. Pictorial Key to Fruit Fly Larvae of the Family Tephritidae. San Salvador: Org. Internac. Reg. Sanidad. Agropec.
36 pp. • CABI. (December ). Bactrocera dorsalis. Distribution. Life history of solanum fruit fly Bactrocera latifrons (Hendel) (Tephritidae: Diptera). Insect Environment, 9(3) Sutton BD, Steck GJ, Mathis WN (ed.), Grogan WL Jr., Discrimination of fruit-fly larvae (Diptera: Tephritidae) by cuticular hydrocarbon analysis: Bactrocera Macquart species established in the New World and Hawaii.
Key words: Tephritidae Acanthonevrini Gastrozonini Fruit Fly Bamboo First Record INTRODUCTION Some of these species breed in bamboo shoots in an Fruit flies breeding in bamboo (Poaceae: semi-aquatically in the internodes of older shoots or dead Bambusoidea) are one of the least studied groups of culms .
tephritids . Aluja M, Norrbom AL (eds) () Fruit flies (Tephritidae): phylogeny and evolution of behavior. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL CrossRef Google Scholar Foote RH, Blanc FL, Norrbom AL () Handbook of the fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) of America north of Mexico.
Pictorial Key to Fruit Fly Larvae of the Family Tephritidae. San Salvador: Organ. Internac. Reg. Sanidad. Agropec. 36 pp. Heppner JB. Larvae of fruit ies I. Anastrepha ludens (Mexican fruit y) and Anastrepha suspensa (Caribbean fruit y) (Diptera: Tephritidae).
The family. There are two families of fly that are commonly referred to as fruit flies. The first, Tephritidae is a family of large, colourfully marked flies including agricultural pests. Then there are Drosophilidae, a family of smaller flies which contains more than 4, species, amongst which is Drosophila melanogaster or the common fruit fly.
There are two main types of economically important fruit fly, larger true fruit flies in the Tephritidae family, and the smaller vinegar flies in the Drosophilidae family which are sometimes also referred to as fruit flies.
There are more than species of native fruit fly in Australia but most of these do not attack commercial crops. horticultural industry. Worldwide there are over 4, species of fruit flies in the family Tephritidae of which around species are of economic importance.
More than species of fruit fly occur in Australia although only a few of these have been found to have any degree of economic impact, with Queensland fruit fly.
Economic fruit flies of the South Pacific Region (Ed. by Drew, R.A.I.; Hooper, G.H.S.; Berg, G.H. () Pictorial key to fruit fly larvae of the family Tephritidae, 36 pp.
Organismo Internacional Regional de Sanidad Agropecuaria, San Salvador, El Salvador. Tephritidae), pests of fruit trees in tropical America. Ammonium acetate and. Data Sheets on Quarantine Pests Anastrepha obliqua IDENTITY Name: Anastrepha obliqua G.H.
() Pictorial key to fruit fly larvae of the family Tephritidae, 36 pp. Organismo Internacional Regional de Sanidad Agropecuaria, San Salvador, El Salvador.
Tephritidae), pests of fruit trees in tropical America. Ammonium acetate and torula. Guava (Psidium guajava Linnaeus) is an important horticulture crop in tropical and subtropical regions. However, guava transportation to the fruit market is regulated due to the risk of fruit fly infestations.
The oriental fruit fly [Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel), Tephritidae, Diptera], which damages numerous horticulture fruits, is the primary pest in : Kao W. Lin, Kao W. Lin, Huey L. Lin, Ching C. Shiesh, Yu. Hsu, Yu. Hsu, Chih.
Lin, Su. Ofir Levi with fruit fly larvae in the kibbutz Sde Eliyahu, Israel, 17 June Israel is delivering to Croatia a very special 'organic weapon' - sterilized male fruit flies, which are to help with the elimination of other fruit flies that cause serious economic damages.
The female fruit fly oviposits in the green immature fruit by thrusting her ovipositor through the flesh of the fruit.
She then deposits a group of 10 or more long, slender eggs in the papaya's central cavity where the young larvae feed on developing seeds and the interior parts of the fruit.
Fruit flies (family Tephritidae) attack a wide range of fruits and vegetables. In Western Australia (WA), Mediterranean fruit fly (Medfly, Ceratitis capitata) is a major problem for commercial orchardists and householders alike and attacks a wide range of fruits, vegetables and nuts.
This page describes the characterisitics and distribution of the Medfly. INTRODUCTION: Fruit fly adults of Florida, plus exotics potentially of danger to Florida agriculture, have been discussed in several circulars by H. Weems, Jr.
The present circular initiates a series on their larvae, primarily as an identification guide to the larvae of fruit flies of concern to Florida. Acalyptrata Flies O rder Diptera.
This page contains pictures and information about Acalyptrata flies that we have founded in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia. The name Acalyptrata refers to lack of calypters in this group of flies, which is opposite to the Calyptrata group.
The Acalyptrata is a large group which includes more that thirty fly families exhibiting very diverse habits. Natural Enemies of True Fruit Flies 02/ PPQ Introduction Fruit flies in the family Tephritidae are high profile insects among commercial fruit and vegetable growers, marketing exporters, government regulatory agencies, and the scientific community.
Locally, producers face huge losses without some management scheme to control fruit.Heppner JB. Larvae of fruit flies IV. Dacus dorsalis (Oriental fruit fly) (Diptera: Tephritidae). Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry Entomology Circular 1–2. Foote RK, Blanc FL.
The fruit flies or Tephritidae of California. Bulletin of the California Insect Survey 7: 1–Berg GH. Pictorial key to fruit fly larvae of the family Tephritidae.
San Salvador: Organ. Internac. Reg. Sanidad. Agropec. 36 pp. Heppner JB. Larvae of fruit flies I. Anastrepha ludens (Mexican fruit fly) and Anastrepha suspensa (Caribbean fruit fly) (Diptera: Tephritidae).
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.