Learn more about the change. 0000004595 00000 n B. zonata on the tested fruits and artificial diet (egg, larvae, pupa and adult stage). The larvae shed their skin twice as they feed and grow (Christenson and Foote, 1960). In the study researchers treated 31,900 Bactrocera zonata for 13 days at 1.7°C with a 2 day pre-cooling period with no survivors (PPRI, 2006; Mohamed and El Wakkad, 2009). A new distribution map is provided for Bactrocera zonata (Saunders). 0000004861 00000 n 0000141804 00000 n The peach fruit fl y has many host plants but prefers 0000002251 00000 n Sterlin, S. Quilici 0000157492 00000 n Hashem, A.G., Mohamed, S.M.A. Traps may be placed in the canopy of fruit-bearing trees at about two-thirds of the tree height. cold treatment of citrus for Bactrocera zonata for shipment to Korea. 0000164593 00000 n Bactrocera dorsalis, previously known as Dacus dorsalis and commonly referred to as the oriental fruit fly, is a species of tephritid fruit fly that is endemic to Southeast Asia.It is one of the major pest species in the genus Bactrocera with a broad host range of cultivated and wild fruits. After introduction, it can easily disperse as it has a high reproductive potential, high biotic potential (short life cycle, up to 10 generations of offspring per year depending on temperature), a rapid dispersal ability and a broad host range. 0000012991 00000 n Depending on the climate, PFF may raise several annual generations. Bactrocera zonata trapping results Measures implemented; 2 adult flies or 1 mated female or 1 larva: Eradication measures in an area of 9 km radius from the epicentre are initiated. This species was discovered by Drew and Hancock in 1994. Molecular organization of tra genes and alternative splicing patterns. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), pp. Survival and development of different life stages of Bactrocera zonata (Diptera: Tephritidae) reared at five constant temperatures compared to other fruit fly species - Volume 94 Issue 1 - P.F. Stibick, J.N.L. 0000020621 00000 n 0000105527 00000 n 0000004132 00000 n h�b```�x6�!ʰ1�0p�`x`������ 45���#Y]x"Ŝ������(l�� �l̿U��>�E�$pu�g0� 0000120744 00000 n B.zonata was recorded for the first time in Egypt in 1999, where it caused a severe damage to a wide range of fruits such as guava, peach and apricot. UofT Libraries is getting a new library services platform in January 2021. 0000020918 00000 n 0000012923 00000 n Lures usually remain effective for about one month. The Bactrocera dorsalis H. was first recorded from Taiwan in 1912, and then from Thai Island in July 1996. Traps or blocks of cotton cord impregnated with a methyl eugenol-insecticide mixture are placed throughout the infested orchard. Qureshi, Z .A ., Siddiqui, Q.H. 0000121004 00000 n First-instar larvae were oval, transluscent and white, with brownish to black mouthparts. and El-Wakkad, M.F. 0000105328 00000 n 0000007855 00000 n startxref Bactrocera zonata. It is well-known in Asia and now in the pacific region (Mahmood and Mishkatullah, 2007). Journal of Applied Entomology 113: 365–367. The peach fruit fl y, Bactrocera zonata, is an economically important pest. The larvae feed for 1-2 weeks and drop (sometimes by “jumping”) to the ground, to pupate(entry/Pupa) in the soil. Anonymous. 0000003910 00000 n In Vacante V. and Gerson, U. 2000. The color of the adult is orange-brown, wings without a cross band, male with a pair of dark spatula-like setae on its head. The morphology and development of B. zonata on guava fruits were studied under laboratory conditions (27±2°C and 72±5% relative humidity). 206-222. Web sites: https://www.google.co.il/search?q=bactrocera+zonata&biw=1024&bih=695&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0CBoQsARqFQoTCJO8jty5wcgCFUnSGgodYCkBYQ, Uri Gerson Life cycle: A female produces about 130 (and up to 550), which are inserted into the host fruit and hatch within 1–3 days. She can lay up to 500 eggs, making it difficult to control the population. 0000005127 00000 n 0000002690 00000 n After completion of the third instar, larvae … Bactrocera dorsalis (eds). 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The incubation period was 1-2 days. Qureshi, Z., Hussain, T., Carey, J.R, and Dowell, R.V. 0000090240 00000 n Life cycle: A female produces about 130 (and up to 550), which are inserted into the host fruit and hatch within 1–3 days. They overwinter in the larval or pupal stages. Survival and development of different life stages of Bactrocera zonata (Diptera: Tephritidae) reared at five constant temperatures compared to other fruit fly species. Two additional adult males were detected in Orange Count… xref Life Cycle Fruit Fly. The oil glands are not punctured because oil kills the eggs. Top of page Adults of B. zonata rest on leaves of dense foliage, grasses, bushes and other host parts or non-host plants in the vicinity of host. Most species that have been investigated demonstrate that the life cycle can be accomplished more quickly during warmer temperatures than in even slightly less warm temperatures. 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