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Ceratitis capitata Adult Wiki
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Drosophila suzukii Male
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Ceratitis capitata
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Bactrocera oleae
Olive fly Bactrocera oleae (Ph.credit Sarah Gregg, Italy)
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MELON FRUIT FLY OVIPOSITING ON CUCUMBER
The melon fly (Bactrocera cucurbitae) lying eggs on cucumber (Photo credit Mir S.H., University of Agr Sc.Tech of Kashmir)
Capparimyia savastani Photocredit Luca Mazzon.jpg
Capparimyia savastani Photocredit Luca Mazzon
Caper fly Capparimyia savastani (Martelli, 1911)
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Bactrocera tryoni Photocredit Olivia Reynolds
CN: Queensland fruit fly<br>Host: Apricot, Plum, Pear, Peach, Mango, Guava, Apple, Orange, Nectarine, Carambola, Coffee, Avocado, Tomato, Persimmon, Pummelo and others <br>Distribution: Queensland, Australia, Papua New Guinea and Irian Jaya, South Pacific
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Bob Heath
Bob Heath_ 1st TEAM Meeting_Mallorca_Spain
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Diachasmimorpha spp. Photocredit John Weiss-Australia
parasitoid wasps Diachasmimorpha spp.
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Diachasmimorpha kraussii Australia-Photocredit Corine Pratt_Australia
Diachasmimorpha kraussii Fullaway<br>
Mediterranean fruit fly Ceratitis capiata.jpg
Mediterranean fruit fly Ceratitis capiata
Ceratitis capitata Wied.<br>Photocredit FAO/IAEA- IPCS. Photographer: Ana Rodriguez.
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Anastrepha obliqua on Mangifera Indica
Anastrepha sp. on Mangifera indica,<br>Photo credit SAAVEDRA JEFERSON (University of Tolima, Colombia).
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Anastrepha sp. on Coffea arabica
Anastrepha sp. on Coffea arabica,<br>Photo credit SAAVEDRA JEFERSON (University of Tolima, Colombia).
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Anastrepha sp. on Coffea arabica2
Anastrepha sp.,<br>Photo credit SAAVEDRA JEFERSON (University of Tolima, Colombia).
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Bactrocera correcta-Photocredit Viwat Wornoayporn-IAEA
Origin: China, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand<br>Common name: Guava fruit fly<br>Main hosts: guava, jujube, tropical almond, mango, peach, rose-apple, sapodilla, orange and coffee.<br>Damage: often occurs with B. zonata and B. dorsalis
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Bactrocera zonata-male-female-Photocredit-Viwat Wornoayporn-IAEA
Bactocera zonata:<br>Origin: Indian sub-continent, South East Asia, Egypt, Southern Middle East, Reunion, Mauritius.<br>Common name: Peach fly, Peach fruit fly<br>Host: Main hosts are apricot, fig and Citrus spp.<br>Damage: Highly economically damaging.
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Bactrocera dorsalis Photocerdit John-Kabashima-UC-coop-Ext2
male adult Bactocera dorsalis<br>Origin: Asia, Suriname, Brazil, Hawaii<br>Common name: Oriental fruit fly<br>Host: Most fruits and fruiting vegetables, wild hosts.<br>Damage: Highly significant economic damage
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Bactrocera carambolae-Photocredit Viwat Wornoayporn-IAEA
Bactocera carambola:<br>Origin: Southern Asia, Suriname, French Guiana, Brazil<br>Common name: Carambola fruit fly<br>Host: Most fruits and fruiting vegetables especially carambola, wild hosts.<br>Damage: Significant economic damage
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Bactrocera dorsalis-complex-Photocredit Viwat Wornoayporn-IAEA
Bactocera dorsalis:<br>Origin: Asia, Suriname, Brazil, Hawaii<br>Common name: Oriental fruit fly<br>Host: Most fruits and fruiting vegetables, wild hosts.<br>Damage: Highly significant economic damage.
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Bactrocera invadens-Photocredit Viwat Wornoayporn-IAEA
Origin: India sub-continent, equatorial Africa<br>Common name: Asian fruit fly<br>Host: Mango, Guava, Citrus spp. Papaya, Tomato, Banana, Annona spp. , wild hosts<br>Damage: Significant economic damage<br>
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Bactrocera zonata Photocredit Viwat Wornoayporn-IAEA
Bactocera zonata:<br>Origin: Indian sub-continent, South East Asia, Egypt, Southern Middle East, Reunion, Mauritius.<br>Common name: Peach fruit fly<br>Host: Main hosts are apricot, fig and Citrus spp.<br>Damage: Highly economically damaging.
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Ceratitis capitata and Beauveria bassiana
Ceratitis capitata as disseminator of Beauveria bassiana
Queensland_Fruit_Fly_Bactrocera_tryoni.jpg
Queensland_Fruit_Fly_Bactrocera_tryoni
Tephritidae<br>Fruit Fly<br>Qfly<br>Australia
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Anastrepha genus-x403
Field Guide of major species of Anastrepha
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Anastrepha spp wings - Photo credit Enrique A. Hernandez
The image is a series of photographs of several specimens of fruit flies collected in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca, Mexico by Enrique Antonio Hernandez.<br>
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MELON FRUIT FLIES ON CUCUMBER
The melon fly (Bactrocera cucurbitae) on cucumber (Photo credit Mir S.H., University of Agr Sc.Tech of Kashmir)
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Capparimyia savastani-credit Zinette Moussa_3
Capparimyia savastani <br>Lebanon<br>2014<br>credit Zinette Moussa