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2022 ◽  
Vol 14 (2) ◽  
pp. 70
Author(s):  
Jéssica S. Cardoso ◽  
Sâmela S. Mendes ◽  
Ana Maria Waldschmidt ◽  
Maria Aparecida Castellani ◽  
Iara S. Joachim-Bravo ◽  
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This study aimed at determining the population genetic structure of Mediterranean fruit flies (Ceratitis capitata) in North-eastern Brazil, so as to improve our understanding of the viability of the inter-simple sequences repeat (ISSR) markers in Brazilian populations, along with inferences on population genetic composition which can be used in management programs. For this, ISSR markers were used in groups collected from four municipalities in this region. Primers were polymorphic, revealing moderate expected heterozigosity, with 80% of the variation occurring within populations and moderate structure. Bayesian analysis revealed K = 3, consistent with pairwise FST and indicating low structure between Barra do Choça and Planalto, and moderate structure between Caraíbas and Planalto. Data indicated high diversity, suggesting two interpretations: the analyzed populations arose from a single population and are now under structuring processes, or populations had different origins, but are currently connected by gene flow. Thus, ISSR primers were affective in obtaining information about genetic structure of C. capitata populations in North-eastern Brazil, as evidenced by high polymorphism and separation or grouping of populations according to their allelic compositions. Furthermore, this paper provides useful information for understanding the genetic diversity, population structure and gene flow of C. capitata populations in this region and developing regional strategies for the control and management of the species.


2022 ◽  
Vol 22 (1) ◽  
pp. 110-120
Author(s):  
Agus Susanto ◽  
Putri Erli Dwi Yuliastari ◽  
Kiagus Muhammad Ferliansyah ◽  
Hersanti ◽  
Fitri Widiantini ◽  
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2022 ◽  
pp. 78-79
Author(s):  
Richard A. I. Drew ◽  
Meredith C. Romig

Abstract New geographical records are presented for 27 species of fruit flies (25 from genus Bactrocera and 2 from genus Dacus) from Papua New Guinea, Indonesian Papua, associated islands and Bougainville.


2022 ◽  
pp. 74-77
Author(s):  
Richard A. I. Drew ◽  
Meredith C. Romig

Abstract This chapter focuses on new information (such as taxonomy, morphology, distribution and hosts) of known species of fruit flies (Bactrocera daruensis, B. denigrata, B. longicornis, B. nigella, B. thistletoni and B. torresiae) from Papua New Guinea and associated islands.


2022 ◽  
pp. 25-73
Author(s):  
Richard A. I. Drew ◽  
Meredith C. Romig
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Abstract This chapter provides information on the taxonomy, morphology, distribution and host plants 25 new species of fruit flies from the genera Bactrocera and Dacus.


Author(s):  
Ahmed H. Al-Amri ◽  
Paul Armstrong ◽  
Mascia Amici ◽  
Clemence Ligneul ◽  
James Rouse ◽  
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2021 ◽  
Vol 5 (2) ◽  
pp. 124-132
Author(s):  
Herry Marta Saputra ◽  
Budi Afriyansyah

Central Bangka Regency is one of central orange production in Bangka Belitung Islands Province. One of the important pests of sweet orange plants is fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae). This research aimed to study the diversity of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) on sweet orange plantations in Central Bangka Regency, Bangka Belitung Islands Province. The fruit flies were collected using Lynfield traps which installed in three villages producing sweet oranges in Central Bangka Regency. The types of attractants used to trap male fruit flies are methyl eugenol and cue lure. The fruit flies collected during the study were 4795 individuals, 3 genera, and 14 species. Fruit flies collected from the methyl eugenol were different compared to those collected using lure attractant trap. Most species (13 species) of fruit fly were found in Terentang village, and the rest was same (9 species). Bactrocera carambolae and B. dorsalis were the dominant fruit fly species in the three research locations.


2021 ◽  
Vol 180 (1) ◽  
pp. 44-72
Author(s):  
Anthony R. Clarke ◽  
Colin Harris ◽  
Bianca J. Kay ◽  
Bishwo P. Mainali ◽  
Lucy K. McLay ◽  
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