ANASTREPHA STRIATA PDF

We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The guava fruit fly, Anastrepha striata , is a pest of several cultivated species of Myrtaceae in the American tropics and subtropics. During calling, A. This study was conducted to identify which of the male volatiles function as the A. Analysis of the volatiles from males collected by solid phase microextraction using gas chromatography coupled to electroantennographic detection GC-EAD showed that three volatile compounds elicited repeatable responses from the antennae of females.

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This species belongs to the striata-group note that some publications place this species in the serpentina-group. Rsa I is diagnostic, but additional restriction enzymes are needed for a robust identification. Anastrepha striata has been recorded from at least 37 host species from 17 families. These include:. For a full list of recorded hosts see CABI Anastrepha striata is a smaller species of Anastrepha and best diagnosed by the distinct dark colour markings on the scutum, especially the presence of a U-shaped pattern.

It belongs to the striata-group, which contains A. Back to all. Previous scientific names: Dictya cancellaria Fabricius, Trypeta cancellaria Fabricius. Diagnosis Morphological — adult This species belongs to the striata-group note that some publications place this species in the serpentina-group.

Features include: frons without brown markings except ocellar tubercle scutum with distinct dark patterns, posteriorly with brown or orange brown band or other transverse marking or larger posteromedial mark, with large U-shaped mark including posterior band and vittae scutellum entirely yellow or with dark markings only on extreme base of disk subscutellum yellow to red brown medially, dark brown laterally wing with typical Anastrepha pattern S-band complete or at most interrupted at crossvein r-m, C-band and at least proximal arm of V-band present , C-band and S-band connected or separated, V-band proximal arm as dark as apical half of S-band and not connected anteriorly to S-band, V-band distal band usually complete, but can be incomplete or absent abdominal tergites without brown markings aculeus length 1.

Morphological — larvae Information not available. Ohhh Snap! JavaScript appears to be disabled - features on this website will not function properly.

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This species belongs to the striata-group note that some publications place this species in the serpentina-group. Rsa I is diagnostic, but additional restriction enzymes are needed for a robust identification. Anastrepha striata has been recorded from at least 37 host species from 17 families. These include:. For a full list of recorded hosts see CABI Anastrepha striata is a smaller species of Anastrepha and best diagnosed by the distinct dark colour markings on the scutum, especially the presence of a U-shaped pattern.

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Olfactory Response of Anastrepha Striata (Diptera: Tephritidae) to Guava and Sweet Orange Volatiles

Anastrepha is the most diverse genus in the American tropics and subtropics. Currently, it comprises more than described species, including nine major pest species, such as the Mexican fruit fly A. As some of their names suggest, these pest species cause damage in commercial fruits such as citrus, mango, guava, and papaya. Females lay their eggs in either developing and healthy fruits or in mature and rotten fruit like the A. The vast majority of species use their ovipositor to deposit the eggs in the edible part of the fruit either the epicarp or mesocarp , and some species such as A. Once larvae is fully mature make a hole to come out of the fruit, and it most happen when the fruit is on the ground.

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Setae dark red brown, or dark brown to black. Frons without brown markings except ocellar tubercle. Occiput without brown marks. Frontal setae 3—6 usually 4—5. Orbital setae 1 rarely , or 2.

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