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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The oral cavity is composed of a longitudinal cavity which contains two black mouth hooks that move up and down.
Anastrepha striata Schiner
Mediotergite entirely brown to dark brown, or yellow to red brown medially, dark brown laterally. Rsa I is diagnostic, but additional restriction enzymes are needed for amastrepha robust identification.
In international trade, the major means of dispersal to previously uninfested areas is the transport of fruit containing live larvae. Similar results occurred when synthetic linalool was evaluated against orange extracts. Posterior spiracular entrances of Anastrepha striata about five times longer than wide; posterior spiracular hairs numerous and slender. Quarantine pests for Europe. Scutum posteriorly with brown or orange brown band or other transverse marking or larger posteromedial mark.
Cell r 1 basomarginal hyaline spot triangular to quadrate. Anastrepha striata Schiner Insecta: Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Why do guava fruit flies, Anastrepha striata Tephritidaeavoid the upper canopy of strixta trees?
Eversible membrane with dorsobasal denticles ansatrepha sclerotized, in continuous triangular to semicircular or suboval pattern. A8, area around spiracles slightly protuberant with well-defined intermediate areas. The females of A.
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Tropical Pest Management, 38 2: Egg without lobe Figueiredo et al. Its exact native range is obscure, but its presence in southern Brazil has been detected only recently, su Tephritidae Introduction – Synonymy – Distribution – Description – Hosts – Survey and Detection – Selected References Introduction Back to Top The guava fruit fly, Anastrepha striata Schiner, is one of the most common species of fruit flies throughout most of its range.
Posterior extremity of the guava fruit fly, Anastrepha striata Schiner, ventral view. Basic patterns of behavior in wild Anastrepha striata Diptera: Antenna not extended to ventral margin of face.
Contribucion al reconocimiento de anadtrepha moscas de las frutas Diptera: Phylogeny and evolution of behavior. White and Elson-Harris state that Anastrepha anastrepua is separated from the other species with a complete Anastrepha type wing pattern by the short under 2. Lateral half of brown stripe on mesoscutum from transverse suture to scutellum denuded in Anastrepha striata ; brown stripe wholly setose in Anastrepha bistrigata.
Anastrepha striata has been recorded from at least 37 host species from 17 families. See Norrbom a for additional host data. Car lum Reichard Brunsvigae, pp.
Release of the volatile compounds occurred from Detection and Inspection Top of page No male lures have yet been identified for Anastrepha spp. Yes Land vehicles Aeroplanes and boats, with fruit cargo.
Sex Pheromone of Anastrepha striata.
See Aluja et al. The physiological state virgin or mated of females did not affect their attraction to the fruit volatiles. This species was first described in by Fabricius as Dictya cancellariabut this name was long unrecognized and is now considered a nomen oblitum Norrbom, Plants of host species transported with roots from countries where A.
It was described under the valid name by Schiner in Graphic by Division of Plant Industry. Anastrepha striata Guava fruit fly. Mesonotal pattern with the following orange areas: Lateral surstyli moderately long, parallel; each basally with narrow, posteriorly projecting ridge bordering medial surstylus; in lateral view slightly posteriorly curved, extreme apex with small, but strong posterior projection; in posterior view without strong basolateral lobe, main part somewhat triangular, with rounded subapical lateral lobe.
However, Anastrepha striata is an important pest in the American tropics and subtropics, especially of guavas and other myrtaceous fruits, although it has also been reported to attack mango, mombins, orange and peach. Acrostichal seta well developed. Adults usually are collected by stickyboard and baited traps.