Abstract. Anastrepha serpentina (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is one of the least studied of the pestiferous Neotropical tephritid flies despite its propensity. Semiochemicals of Anastrepha serpentina, the Sapote fruit fly Subfamily: Trypetinae. Genus: Anastrepha. Tribe: Toxotrypanini. Author: Wiedemann. Anastrepha ludens and Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera: Tephritidae) do not infest Psidium guajava (Myrtaceae), but Anastrepha obliqua occasionally shares .

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Ammonium acetate and torula with sodium borate. Pest fruit flies of the world. Population fluctuations of economic species of Anastrepha Diptera: Most of darker areas of anepisternum, anepimeron, meron, and katatergite dark brown.

sapote fruit fly, Anastrepha serpentina Diptera: Tephritidae

Orbital plate often with paired triangular brown serpentna frons rarely red or red-brown between these areas forming a single large mark. Eversible membrane with large, hook-like dorsobasal scales in triangular pattern.

Such plants may be prohibited for importation. Description Top of page For a general description of the genus, see the datasheet on Anastrepha.

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Dacus serpentinusAcrotoxa serpentinusUrophora vittithorax. Host plant database for Anastrepha and Toxotrypana Serpetnina The body is largely dark-orange to dark-brown with yellow markings and the setae are dark-brown. Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Hedstrom I, Jimenez J, Does not cut Vspl: Impact Top of page Anastrepha spp. The guava samples yielded 20, Anastrepha spp. Don’t need the entire report?


Tephritidae in citrus in Brazil. Drawing by Division of Plant Industry.

World Crop Pests, 3 B. Laboratory and field experiments to improve enzymatic casein hydrolysate as an arrestant serpemtina attractant for Caribbean fruit fly, Anastrepha suspensa Diptera: Robinson AS, Hooper G, eds. Control Cultural Control Control can be considerably aided by good cultural practices, for example, by gathering all fallen and infected host fruits and destroying them.

Stone, a ; Molineros et al. If Anastrepha serpentina were introduced into southern Florida, it could possibly become a serious pest of the tropical fruits grown there. Anastrepha ornata Aldrich sfrpentina the costal and V bands separated, and Anastrepha pulchra Stone has a large black spot in the disk of the wing.

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The spiracles are about 1. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2: Infestations in tree-ripe fruits frequently are so high that in parts of Mexico, especially anastrspha Veracruz, growers pick the fruits green and ripen them artificially to avoid infestation. White and Elson-Harris described the third-instar larvae as follows: Anastrrpha quarantine treatment for mangoes from the state of Chiapas, Mexico, infested with Mediterranean fruit fly and Anastrepha serpentina Wiedemann Diptera: Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need.

Entomological Society of Washington. The following description is taken from Norrbom Subscutellum and mediotergite red-brown to dark-brown, sometimes narrowly orange medially.


Tephritidae in Costa Rica. Chemical Control Insecticidal protection is possible by using a cover spray or a bait spray.

It has also been trapped in southern Texas in the USA, but it is uncertain whether it has breeding populations there Norrbom New species of Anastrepha and notes on others. The fruits should be exported only from areas where A.

Summary of Invasiveness Top of page A. Adult population fluctuations of Anastrepha species Diptera: European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization. Bait sprays work on the principle that both male and female tephritids are strongly attracted to a protein source from which ammonia emanates. Their identification and bionomics. Tephritidae of America North of Mexico.

Stone, a ; Caraballo, ; Steck et al. Over the entire altitudinal gradient, when individual fruit infestation was examined, a dynamic pattern of species dominance was unveiled with guavas growing below m above sea level mainly attacked by A. Biological Control Biological control methods involving parasitoids or sterile insect release have not been tried against A.

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