ANASTREPHA SUSPENSA PDF

Description of Anastrepha suspensa (Loew), generated from a DELTA database. ABSTRACT. Field trials were conducted in south Florida to compare capture of wild Caribbean fruit flies, Anastrepha suspensa (Loew), and sterile male. J Econ Entomol. Dec;(6) Genetic variation of Anastrepha suspensa (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Florida and the Caribbean using microsatellite .

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Possibilities for the biological control of A. These tiny wasps attack fruit flies by laying eggs in the fly larvae. The endoparasitic braconid wasp, Diachasmimorpha longicaudata Ashmeadparasitizing larvae of the Caribbean fruit fly, Anastrepha suspensa Loew.

For details of the use of fumigants during storage or transportation, see Regulatory Control. Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report.

Identification to species is more difficult. Much damage may occur inside the fruit before external anastrepga are seen, often as networks of tunnels accompanied by rotting.

Response of Caribbean fruit fly Diptera: Area bordering scutoscutellar suture medially usually with dark-brown spot. It may also be possible to use autolysed protein, as used for Bactrocera spp.

We conclude that A. There are several methods available for certification under bait-spray provisions: However, export from infested areas to these regions is minimal. Don’t need the entire report? Caribbean fruitfly; fruitfly, Caribbean Spanish: Distribution Maps Top of page You can pan and zoom the map.

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Caribbean fruit fly (Anastrepha suspensa) – UF/IFAS Pest Alert

Fruit flies of Florida Diptera: Anterior spiracles slightly asymmetrical, with a median depression; 12 to 13 tubules present. Control; insecticides; insecticidal bait and cover sprays. This species suspemsa also a pest of loquat [ Eriobotrya suspnesa ], kumquat [ Fortunella crassifolia ], sapodilla [ Manilkara zapota ] and occasionally infests a variety of other fruits.

Anastrepha suspensa Loew Diptera: SIT also holds promise for effective reduction of the Caribbean fruit fly in Florida.

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Bases of dorsal and intermediate tubercles large, well-developed, with large sensilla; ventral sensilla smaller. Anastrepha suspensa was described originally from specimens collected in Cuba. Title Line artwork of aculeus Caption Aculeus, dorsal view optical section of apex.

Notes on Natural Enemies Top of page The pteromalid Pachycrepoideus vindemmiae was released with several other species of parasitoid in Puerto Rico in Clausen,but only P. The cephalo-pharyngeal skeleton is not usually examined in routine identifications because the larval specimen must be dissected before this character can be examined.

Biological control of the Caribbean fruit fly Diptera: Distribution Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available.

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Title Line artwork of adult female. Vapor-heat treatment of carambolas infested with Caribbean fruit fly Diptera: Pest-free areas can be established for A. Caribbean fruit fly-free zone certification protocol in Florida Diptera; Tephritidae. The writer has never seen any specimens collected in the field that agreed with these hybrid specimens, and it is rather doubtful that such crossing takes place in nature.

Tephritidae in guava and carambola grove soils. However, they are captured by traps emitting ammonia. An expanded detection system of trapping eventually showed both A. Robinson AS, Hooper G, eds. Sign in via your Institution Sign in.

An intensive field survey showed that the larvae were attacking a fairly extensive list of host plants similar to the hosts of the Puerto Rican strain of A. As in most other Anastrepha spp.

The first method involves limited spraying of groves and adjacent areas with pesticide baits. Sincehowever, a new introduction of the pest into Florida has continued to spread and it now occurs auspensa most of southern peninsular Florida, commonly north to Citrus and Volusia counties, with isolated records north to Jacksonville Ibrahim,