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​The Fruit Flies (Tephritidae) of Ontario

Jackson  ​Morgan D., Marshall  Stephen A., Hanner  Robert, Norrbom  Allen L. 

  

​Contribution à la connaissance des Tephritidae de
Belgique (Diptera: Brachycera)

Baugnée ​Jean-Yve

  

​Fruit flies (Tephritidae): Phylogeny and evolution of behavior.

Editor(s): Martin Aluja, Allen Norrbom

  

​Establishment of pest free areas for fruit flies (Tephritidae).

FAO

  

​Anastrepha suspensa (Loew) (Diptera: Tephritidae).

  

​The Tephritidae (Diptera) of the Galapagos Archipelago.

  

Male Fruit Fly, Bactrocera tau (Diptera; Tephritidae) Attractants from Elsholtzia pubescens Bth .

Hasyim  ​A., Muryati , Istianto Mizu and Kogel  W.J. de

  

Lethal and sublethal effects of cyantraniliprole on Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) (Diptera: Tephritidae).

  

​Spatial Distribution Pattern of The Fruit Fly, Bactrocera Dorsalis Complex (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Mango Orchard

Soemargono  A., Muryati  Muryati, Hasyim  Ahsol, Istianto  Mizu

  

Population structure, population history and DNA barcoding of fruit fly Bactrocera latifrons (Hendel) (Diptera: Tephritidae).

​Meeyen, K., Nanork Sopaladawan, P. and Pramual, P.

  

Analysis of mitochondrial COI sequences of the Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) species complex in Thailand.



Julsirikul, D., Worapong, J. and Kitthawee, S.

  
Fruit flies in peach and passion fruit orchards in Iraceminha, Santa Catarina, Brazil
  

Differences in sperm storage and remating propensity between adult females of two morphotypes of the Anastrepha fraterculus (Diptera: Tephritidae) cryptic species complex.

  

​Toxicity of Phosphine Fumigation Against Bactrocera tau at Low Temperature

​LI LI, LIU  TAO , LI  BAISHU, ZHANG  FANHUA, DONG  SHUJUN, AND WANG  YUEJIN

  

​Precooling Treatments Induce Resistance of Anastrepha ludens Eggs to Quarantine Treatments of High-Pressure Processing Combined With Cold

CASTANON-RODRIGUEZ  ​J. F. , VELAZQUEZ  G., MONTOYA  P., VAZQUEZ  M., AND RAMIREZ  J. A.

  

​Comparison of Torula Yeast and Various Grape Juice Products asAttractants for Mexican Fruit Fly (Diptera: Tephritidae)

MANGAN ​ROBERT L., AND THOMAS DONALD B.

  

​Morphometric Differentiation of Fruit Fly Pest Species of the Anastrepha fraterculus Group (Diptera: Tephritidae)

PERRE  ​P., JORGE  L. R., LEWINSOHN  T. M., AND ZUCCHI  R. A.

  

​Mating Compatibility Between Bactrocera invadens and Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae)

​BO W., AHMAD,S., DAMMALAGE T., STO TOMAS U., WORNOAYPORN V.,. UL HAQ I., CACERES C., VREYSEN MJB, HENDRICHS J., AND SCHUTZE MK

  

​A review of 16 years of quality control parameters at a mass-rearing facility producing Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni.

Fanson, B.G., Sundaralingam, S., Jiang, L., Dominiak, B.C. and D'Arcy, G. (2014),

  

​The fruit fly scourge: has Zimbabwe been spared?

Tibugari Handsen, Musendo  Fradrick Arthur, Mhungu  Sommerset, Mandumbu  Ronald & Mutsengi  Kufa

  

​Automatic image analysis and spot classification for detection of fruit fly infestation in hyperspectral images of mangoes

  

​Reynolds O.L., Orchard B.A., Collins S.R. and Taylor P.W.

  

​The effect of irradiation and mass rearing on the anti-predator behaviour of the Mexican fruit fly, Anastrepha ludens (Diptera: Tephritidae)

Rao  ​D. , Aguilar-Argüello  S., Montoya P. and Díaz-Fleischer  F.

  

​Estimating SIT-driven population reduction in the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata, from sterile mating

Juan-Blasco  ​M., Sabater-Muñoz  B., Pla  I., Argilés R.,
Castañera P., Jacas J. A., Ibáñez-Gual M. V. and
Urbaneja A.

  

​Uncovering Wolbachia Diversity upon Artificial Host Transfer

Schneider  Daniela I.,  Riegler  Markus, Arthofer  Wolfgang, Merçot  Hervé, Stauffer  Christian, Miller  Wolfgang J.

  

​Yee, Wee L; Lacey, Lawrence A  

  

​Ovruski, Sergio M; Schliserman, Pablo; Aluja, Martı́n

  

​Benelli, Giovanni; Canale, Angelo; Flamini, Guido

  

​Mays, W.T.; Kok, L.T. 

  

​Langford, Eliza A.; Nielsen, Uffe N.; Johnson, Scott N.

  

​Manrakhan, Aruna; Addison, Pia

  

​Bautista, Renato C; Harris, Ernest J; Vargas, Roger I

  

​Shokoofeh Kamali, Javad Karimi, Mojtaba Hosseini, Raquel Campos-Herrera, Larry W. Duncan

  

​Gas chromatography for detection of citrus infestation by fruit fly larvae (Diptera: Tephritidae)

  

The current and future potential geographic range of West Indian fruit fly, Anastrepha obliqua (Diptera: Tephritidae

​Fu, L., Li, Z.-H., Huang, G.-S., Wu, X.-X., Ni, W.-L. and Qü, W.-W.

  

​The Eradication of the Melon Fly from the Okinawa Islands, Japan:II. Current Control Program

KAKINOHANA  H. , KUBA  H. , YAMAGlSHI  M. , KOHAMA  T. , KINJYO  K. , TANAHARA  A. , SOKE  YI, AND KIRIHAR S.

  

​Control of Fruit Flies in the Tropical Regions of Asia

VUA YSEGARANS.

  

​A Central American Program for Fruit Fly Control

HENfZE  F. , MATA  R. , AND URBINA N.

  

​Free Zone Program of Anastrepha grandis in Ecuador

DECABANILLA  G.C. AND ESCOBAR J.

  

​Pilot Eradication Project for the Carambola Fruit Fly in
Coronie, Suriname

VAN SAUERSS-MuLLER A.

  

​Medfly Program in Guatemala and Mexico: Current Situation

LINARES F. AND ALENZUELA R. V

  

​National Plan Against Fruit Flies in Mexico

GUTIERREZ-SAMPERIO  J. , REYES  J. , AND VILLASEN OR A.

  

​Fruit Fly Eradication Research Programs in Hawaii

VARGASR.I.

  

​Citrus Production Areas Maintained Free of Caribbean Fruit Fly for Export Certification

RIHERDC.

  

​The 1989/1990 Mediterranean Fruit Fly Eradication Program
in California

PENROSER.

  

​Detection of Exotic Fruit Flies in the United States

NILAKHE  I.S., Cox  H.B., CUNNINGHAM  RT., DAVIDSON  J.L.,
RR BINGHAM, RE. BURNS, R ROSANDER, AND W.L. ABEL

  

​The Role of International Organizations in Support of Fruit Fly
Action Programs

LACHANCE ​L.E.

  

​Intensive Gathering of Potential Fruit Fly Hosts to Obtain Biological Material and as a Cultural Control Method

TOLEDOJ.

  

​Monitoring and Control of Fruit Flies by Pheromone Traps in
Guava and Mango Orchards

QURESHI ZA. AND HUSSAIN T.

  

​Soybean Protein Hydrolysate Bait for Medfly Control

PUTRUELE  G., ABBIATI  N.N., AND VACCARO N.C.

  
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