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Year: Archive ante2010
Optimising irradiation dose in mass-produced Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni, for sterile insect release: the incorporation of residual effects on F1 progeny.
Bloomfield, C.I.A., Fanson, B.G., Mirrington, R., Gillespie, P.S., Dominiak, B.C.
Year: 2017New
Enhanced fitness of a Bactrocera cucurbitae genetic sexing strain based on the addition of gut‐isolated probiotics (Enterobacter spec.) to the larval diet.
Yao Mingyan, Zhang Hehe, Cai Pumo, Gu Xiaohong, Wang Dan, Ji, Qinge
Year: 2017New
Survivorship of male and female Bactrocera dorsalis in the field and the effect of male annihilation technique.
Manoukis Nicholas C., Jang Eric B., Dowell Robert V.
Year: 2017New
Artificial selection on mating competitiveness of Anastrepha ludens for sterile insect technique application.
Sánchez‐Rosario Mayren, Pérez‐Staples Diana, Toledo Jorge, Valle‐Mora Javier, Liedo Pablo
Year: 2017New
Molecular characterization of pyrethroid resistance in the olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae.
Pavlidi, Nena; Kampouraki, Anastasia; Tseliou, Vasilis; Wybouw, Nicky; Dermauw, Wannes; Roditakis, Emmanouil; Nauen, Ralf; Van Leeuwen, Thomas; Vontas, John.
Year: 2018
The responsiveness of Bactrocera jarvisi (Diptera: Tephritidae) to two naturally occurring phenylbutaonids, Zingerone and Raspberry Ketone.
The males of different species of Bactrocera and Zeugodacus fruit flies are commonly attracted to plant-derived phenylpropanoids (e.g. methyl eugenol (ME)) or phenylbutanoids (e.g. raspberry ketone (RK)) but almost never to both. However, one particular plant-derived phenylbutanoid, zingerone (ZN), which possesses an intermediate chemical structure between ME and RK, weakly attracts both ME- and RK-responding fruit fly species. Bactrocera jarvisi, an Australian fruit fly species, is weakly attracted to cue lure (an analogue of RK) but strongly attracted to ZN. Here, we investigated the minimum olfactory threshold and optimum sensitivity of B. jarvisi males to ZN and RK as a function of dose, time and sexual maturation. Our results show that B. jarvisi males had a marked preferential response to ZN, with a much lower olfactory threshold and faster response time to ZN than RK. Probit analysis demonstrated that ZN was at least >1,600x more potent than RK as a male attractant to B. jarvisi. Although fruit fly male attraction to the phytochemicals is generally associated with sexual maturity, in B. jarvisi immature males were also attracted to ZN. Our results suggest that B. jarvisi males have a fine-tuned olfactory response to ZN, which appears to play a central role in the chemical ecology of this species.
Year: 2018

Synergizing biological control: Scope for sterile insect technique, induced plant defences and cultural techniques to enhance natural enemy impact?

Gurr GM and Kvedaras OL.

Year: 2010

​Pupal release of the Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera:Tephritidae), in the sterile insect technique: seasonal variation in eclosion and flight.

Reynolds OL, Dominiak BC and Orchard BA.

Year: 2010

​Container loadings and emergence substrates for sterile insect technique programs of Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae).

Reynolds, OL and Orchard, BA

Year: 2010

​Effect of adult chill treatments on recovery, longevityand flight ability of Queensland fruit fly, Bactroceratryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae).

​Reynolds OL and Orchard BA.

Year: 2011

​Parasitoidfauna of Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni Froggatt (Diptera: Tephritidae) in inland New South Wales, Australia and its potential for use in augmentative biological control.

​Spinner,JE, Cowling, AM, Gurr, GM, Jessup, AJ and Reynolds, OL

Year: 2011

​​Field release of adultsterile Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt): the effect of release method and location on trap recapture rates.

​Reynolds OL, Smallridge, C, Cockington, V and Penrose, LDD.

Year: 2012

​MolecularTechniques for the Detection and Differentiation of Parasitoid Species and the Implications for Fruit Fly Management.

​Jenkins,C, Chapman T, Micallef, JL, & Reynolds, OL

Year: 2012

​Parasitoidsof Queensland Fruit Fly Bactrocera tryoni in Australia and Prospects for Improved BiologicalControl.

Zamek, AL, Spinner, JE, Micallef, JL, Gurr, GM & Reynolds, OL.

Year: 2012

Yeast hydrolysate supplement increases starvation vulnerability of Queensland fruit fly.

Taylor, PW, Khan, M, Collins, SR and Reynolds, OL.

Year: 2013

Combined effects of dietary yeast supplementation and methoprene treatment on sexual maturation of Queensland fruit fly.

Collins, S, Taylor, P and Reynolds, OL.

Year: 2014

​Pest behaviour insights from quarantine surveillance of male Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae).

Mo J, Dominiak, BC, Stevens MM and Reynolds OL.

Year: 2014

​Roving and stationary release of adult sterile Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera; Tephritidae).

Reynolds OL and Orchard BA.

Year: 2015

​Osage orange, Maclura pomifera (Rafinesque.) C.K. Schneid.: a new host record for Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae) and Delia platura (Meigen) (Diptera: Anthomyiidae).

Reynolds OL, Finlay A & Osborne T.

Year: 2015

​Specialized Pheromone and Lure Application Technology as an alternative male  annihilation  technique  to  manage  Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae).

Reynolds OL, Barchia I, Osborne T & Crisp P.

Year: 2016

​Yeast: an Overlooked Component of Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera: Tephritidae) Larval Gut Microbiota.

Deutscher A, Reynolds OL & Chapman T.

Year: 2017

​Efficacy of Chemicals for the Potential Management of the Queensland Fruit Fly Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae).

Reynolds OL, Osborne T & Barchia I.

Year: 2017

Raspberry ketone increases survival and reduces sterile male Bactrocera tryoni Froggatt response to cue-lure: implications for sterile insect technique programs.

Khan, MAM, Manoukis N, Gurr GM, Osborne T, Barchia I & Reynolds OL.

Year: 2017
Spermathecae morphology of some Tephritinae (Diptera: Tephritidae) species: A scanning electron microscope study.
KÜTÜK, M , YARAN, M , ASLAN, E , ÖZBAŞ GERÇEKER, F .
Year: 2018
Biological control of olive fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) by releases of Psyttalia cf. concolor (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in California, parasitoid longevity in presence of the host, and host status of Walnut Husk Fly.
Yokoyama Victoria Y., Rendón Pedro A., Sivinski John
Year: 2006
Comparative efficacy of mass trapping and attract-and-kill technique in the control of medfly (Ceratitis capitata, Wiedemann) in Central Moroccan peach orchards.
Asfers Adil, Boutaleb Joutei Abdelmalek, Boughdad Ahmed, Blenzar Abdelali, Lahlali Rachid and Ait Houssa Abdelhadi
Year: 2018

​Current status and future prospects of Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann (Diptera: Tephritidae) control in Morocco.

Elaini Rachid and Mazih Ahmed
Year: 2018
Back-yard medfly is a key factor in area-wide management in Southern Europe.
Economopoulos A., Rempoulakis P.
Year: 2018
Releasing sexually-sterilized Mediterranean fruit flies for controlling the insect in North Africa. Possibilities of use and problems involved.
HARRIS, E.J.
Year: 1970
Efficacies of Rhagoletis cerasi (Diptera: Tephritidae) Traps and Ammonium Lures for Western Cherry Fruit Fly.
Yee Wee L.
Year: 2018
Development of internal COI primers to improve and extend barcoding of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae: Dacini).
Krosch, M. N., Strutt, F. , Blacket, M. J., Batovska, J. , Starkie, M. , Clarke, A. R., Cameron, S. L. and Schutze, M. K.
Year: 2018
OPTIMAL STRATEGY FOR ERADICATION OF MULTIPLE POPULATIONS USING THE STERILE INSECT TECHNIQUE.
Erickson, Cindy L.; Plant, Richard E.
Year: 2017
Mediterranean fruit fly preventative release programme in southern California.
Dowell, Robert V.; Meyer, Fred; Siddiqu, Isi A.; Leon Spaugy, E.
Year: 2000

​Fruit flies of economic importance 87

​Cavalloro, R.

Year: 19989
The ovipositor musculature of Carpomya schineri (Loew) (Diptera, Tephritidae).
Ovtshinnikova, O. G.
Year: 2013
Development of internal COI primers to improve and extend barcoding of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae: Dacini).
Krosch, Matt N; Strutt, Francesca; Blacket, Mark J; Batovska, Jana; Starkie, Melissa; Clarke, Anthony R; Cameron, Stephen L; Schutze, Mark K.
Year: 2018
Mating Compatibility Between Bactrocera invadens and Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae)
Bo, W.; Ahmad, S.; Dammalage, T.; Tomas, U.S.; Wornoayporn, V.; Haq, I.U.; Caceres, C.; Vreysen, M.J.B.; Hendrichs, J.; Schutze, M.K.
Year: 2014
Eradication of the oriental fruit fly with sterile insect release method.
Koyama, J.
Year: 1997
Eradication of Bactrocera dorsalis species complex (Oriental fruit flies)in Amami Oshima Island.
Kato, N.
Year: 2016
Eradication Process of the Oriental Fruit Fly in Kagoshima Prefecture.
Agriculture Department, Kagoshima Prefecture, Kagoshima
Year: 2017
Wind-borne immigration analysis of the 2015 re-invasion of Bactrocera dorsalis complex (Diptera: Tephritidae) on Amamioshima Island in Kagoshima Prefecture.
Otuka, A.; Matsumura, M.; Nakamura, H.; Yamaguchi, T.
Year: 2018
Biology, taxonomy, and IPM strategies of Bactrocera tau Walker and complex species (Diptera; Tephritidae) in Asia: a comprehensive review.
Jaleel, Waqar; Lu, Lihua; He, Yurong
Year: 2018
Effects of monoterpenes on mortality, growth, fecundity, and ovarian development of Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Diptera: Tephritidae).
El-Minshawy, Abdelaziz M; Abdelgaleil, Samir A M; Gadelhak, Gadelhak G; Al-Eryan, Mohamed A; Rabab, Rafiaa A
Year: 2018
Phenotypic plasticity in clutch size regulation among populations of a potential invasive fruit fly from environments that vary in host heterogeneity and isolation.
Aluja, M; Birke, A; Díaz-Fleischer, F; Rull, J.
Year: 2018
Genome-wide identification of chitinase and chitin deacetylase gene families in the oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel).
Liu SH, Li HF, Yang Y, Yang RL, Yang WJ, Jiang HB, Dou W, Smagghe G, Wang JJ.
Year: 2018
Genome-wide annotation of cuticular proteins in the oriental fruit fly (Bactrocera dorsalis), changes during pupariation and expression analysis of CPAP3 protein genes in response to environmental stresses
Chen EH, Hou QL, Dou W, Wei DD, Yue Y, Yang RL, Yang PJ, Yu SF, De Schutter K, Smagghe G, Wang JJ.
Year: 2018
Near full-length 16S rRNA gene next-generation sequencing revealed Asaia as a common midgut bacterium of wild and domesticated Queensland fruit fly larvae.
Deutscher AT, Burke CM, Darling AE, Riegler M, Reynolds OL, Chapman TA.
Year: 2018
Evaluation of the efficacy of a commercial formulation of beauveria bassiana for the control of the invasive fruit fly bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae)

​Marri, D; Gomez, D.A.M.A.; Wilson, David; Billah, Max; Yeboah, S; Osae, Michael

Year: 2016
Integrated Management of Fruit Flies: Case Studies from Ghana
Billah, Max; Wilson, David.
Year: 2016
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