Description of Anastrepha striata Schiner, generated from a DELTA database. Anastrepha striata Schiner, About This Subject · View Images Anastrepha striata. A. Norrbom et al. guava fruit fly. Anastrepha striata. A. Norrbom et al. The within‐tree distribution of the guava fruit fly, Anastrepha striata in sour guava, Psidium friedrichsthalianum and common guava, P. guajava.
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Fruit flies of economic significance: Posterior spiracular entrances of Anastrepha striata about five times longer than wide; posterior spiracular hairs numerous and slender.
Its exact native range is obscure, but its presence in southern Brazil has been detected only recently, suggesting that human activities may have aided its spread. The third-instar larva is very similar to that of A. Risk of Introduction Top of page In international trade, the major means of dispersal to previously uninfested areas is the transport of fruit containing live larvae.
The larval head is a compound structure appearing as a single small segment with no definite head capsule. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 86 atriata Epandrium posterodorsal margin with narrow, V-shaped, medial indentation.
Anastrepha striata (guava fruit fly)
Frontal setae 3—6 usually 4—5. Systema antliatorum secundum ordines, genera, species, adiectis synonymis, locis, observationibus, descriptionibus. The caudal segment may contain tubercles or papillules, which often are indistinct.
Ecology; movements of tephritid fruit flies. The ovipositor is 2. Why do guava fruit flies, Anastrepha striata Tephritidaeavoid the upper canopy of host trees? Yes Containers and packaging – wood Of fruit cargo. Phytosanitary Measures Consignments of host fruits from areas where A.
Tephritidae flies under field-cage conditions. This fruit fly has been reared in the laboratory from Surinam cherry Eugenia uniflora ; and sapodilla, Manilkara zapota. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 92 2: Sttiata analysis of gas chromatography anastreppha with electroantennography GC-EAD of volatile striaata of both fruits showed that 1 and 6 compounds from orange and guava, respectively elicited repeatable antennal responses from mated females. Head of the guava fruit fly, Anastrepha striata Schiner, lateral view, showing buccal carinae and anterior spiracle.
Ocellar seta weak, small or absent. Xnastrepha of adult anasteepha guava fruit fly, Anastrepha striata Schiner.
Mesonotal pattern with the following orange areas: Oviscape straight; length 2. See Norrbom a for additional host data. A major risk also arises from the probable imposition of much stricter phytosanitary restrictions on exported fruits particularly to America and Japan if any Anastrepha sp.
Larvae can be collected from infested fruit, but are very difficult to identify except when raised to adults.
Sex Pheromone of Anastrepha striata.
Thorax of the guava fruit fly, Anastrepha striata Schiner, dorsal view. Tephritidae Trypetidae, TrupaneidaeIn: Contribucion al reconocimiento de las moscas de las frutas Diptera: Control; insecticides; insecticidal bait and cover sprays.
Costa in male with setulae on anterior margin between crossvein h and apex of vein R 1 similar to other setulae. Clave ilustrada de larvas de moscas de la fruta de la familia Tephritidae.
Emergence generally takes place in the morning and oviposition in the middle of the day.
guava fruit fly Anastrepha striata Schiner,
Creeping welts on A1-A8 with rows of small spinules. Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: White and Elson-Harris described the third-instar larvae as follows: Field evaluation of attractants in strkata trapping of Anastrepha spp.
Diptera, Tephritidaepests of fruit trees in tropical America. It has also been intercepted and trapped in the USA Florida, Californiaindicating its potential for spread via infested fruits.
However, it appears to avoid the upper canopy levels Hedstrom, Quarantine Pests for Europe. Hymenopterous egg-pupal and larval-pupal parasitoids of Ceratitis capitata and Anastrepha spp.
Bait sprays have the advantage over cover snastrepha that they can be applied as a spot treatment so that the flies are attracted to the insecticide and there is minimal impact on natural enemies.