- pattern usually as above, - cell bcu extension swollen - B. correcta - Widespread pest A climatic prediction has been performed for Bactrocera dorsalis by Stephens et al. Bactrocera zonata trapped in Israel: 2001-01: 2000/075: Details on the situation of Bactrocera zonata in Egypt: 2000-05: 1999/060: First report of Bactrocera zonata in Egypt: 1999-04: 1994/114: EPPO Distribution List for Bactrocera zonata: 1994-06: 1994/113: Biology of Bactrocera zonata … - B. zonata - Widespread pest, - Facial spots Outbreak of Bactrocera zonata in Israel. - B. armillata - Myanmar - Male with a pecten. At the same time, the Asian Bactrocera zonata has been recorded in Israel and North Africa, and it has already ecologically displaced Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann in Egypt [15,16]. Pest: Bactrocera zonata PRA area: Jordan Assessor: Original PRA: M. Bahdousheh, R. Baker, M. Katbeh, M. Bilal Arafat Report of the PRA: EPPO Secretariat Date: 2002-03 1. - Aculeus (ovipositor tip) shape, Left: B. zonata, B. affinis, B. versicolor, Right: B. armillata, B. correcta, B. tuberculata and B. venefica are black, Left: Round spots of B. zonata and others, Left: B. zonata and others e.g. �W��(�X9�5��E]������o�>�Y�fҘ�f2������L���brʇ��VV�+�������7���������Ow��u��S���-��>�g�r� ���l���eZs�y�\A~�Hnگ9��,�4( e���}z�K ����bT� a,�KN����=�#�5Q�b���]����Z�U~ǪE[�K��X�:O�zr�Tߙ�S�g���h��1}������̖�=g���k�7U-��W3��7�c9��� �����쥨����3f��ϕ�����+�p���S���KV�a�/�n��ή���Y�}j�MR�K�K�O���[�m�w���}��&K�MͯΫ�m���-���r�p�`-g?7���vv���ٶ����RyJz�¾�������M���;y���͟;w��&\�O��3��:�ƴ�V��WpT�+�ļik�k綮�.�]��P�����K����>�Etᑣߥ�n��dΆE{%���~ź�m�w��_����r��S%gΝ?eI����&�������4�L��������߷ծmZ�:G���7��ե�������6���msz��/�v�Gn��\����f�O��V4=���'�������X. Each database record is assig Bactrocera zonata was obtained from the laboratory colonies that were kept under quarantine restrictions in the Plant Protection and Inspection Services (PPIS) in Bet Dagan, Israel. MIDDLE EAST – UAE, Oman, Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Israel (Drew and Romig 2013, ... Bactrocera zonata is a red brown species that is similar in general appearance to other red-brown species. The lateral vittae are the bright yellow stripes either side of the scutum. Biofeed’s products are used in many Israeli fruit orchards against the Mediterranean fruit fly and other common pests including the Olive fruit fly and the Peach fruit fly (Bactrocera zonata).“Bactrocera zonata is the number 2 pest in India. EPPO region: absent. - Atherigona (Muscidae) usually in damaged fruit. It allows, rapid development of new products, for various pests species, based on Biofeed's SFR technology. - pattern usually similar to above, - cell bcu with a short extension - No prescutellar setae. 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Bactrocera zonata originates from South and South‐East Asia (India, Indonesia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam) and has been introduced into Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Mauritius and Reunion Island. Bactrocera zonata is a red brown species that is similar in general appearance to other red-brown species. Detected numerous times in California since 1984 where an eradication program was conducted in 2013. PRIFREE - LAUNCH. ut�M��badj4M���b�aly�֓���O��U����vuտ�W|�z�*�P����� �ߏ. 3 S). * EPPO Workshop on Bactrocera zonata, Paris, UNESCO, 2002-03-05. A new distribution map is provided for Bactrocera zonata (Saunders). Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution 54, 181 – 191. * NPPO of Israel (2001-01, 2014-04). 5 S) (posterior view). Each colony was initiated from flies that emerged from infested fruits collected in backyards in Tel Aviv. Toxicity of malathion and spinosad to Bactrocera zonata and Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) Yoav Gazit1,* and Ruti Akiva1 Abstract Recently, an outbreak of the peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Diptera: Tephritidae), in the metropolitan area of Tel Aviv in central Israel was reported. The Peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata, is native to South and South-East Asia and can now be found in more than 20 countries. In recent years, B. zonata has become a widespread pest in Egypt, and in addition it has been intercepted in Israel. In the present paper we review the life history, host range, influence of climatic factors and provide a tentative distribution map of the peach fruit fly in the Mediterranean region along with control methods. These colonies were established independently in 2012 and in 2014. 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HOST PLANTS: There are records of natural field infestation of at least 54 different host plants. Recently, an outbreak of the peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Diptera: Tephritidae), in the metropolitan area of Tel Aviv in central Israel was reported. In the present paper we review the life history, host range, influence of climatic factors and provide a tentative distribution map of the peach fruit fly in the Mediterranean region along with control methods. Biofeed is set to bring its innovative solution to the state to tackle two threats: the Bactrocera dorsalis, also known as the Oriental fruit fly, which is considered the most destructive and invasive of fruit fly species, and the Bactrocera zonata, or the Peach fruit fly, the subcontinent’s number two agricultural pest. Due to its potential economic impact, the invasion of this fly in the rest of the EPPO (European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization) area raises growing concerns. Secondary hosts include apricot, fig and citrus. On 2002-03-05, EPPO organized a Workshop in Paris to review the current situation and decide on recommendations to be made to EPPO countries. X���2�jK�rb�Sj�Sn�3�5��E�k�pLS��������m�������s�3 j�TX�e����`7�!�qF�+ @#���c��)6fgR���/ H�TQMO�0��+����� � j�����;�I�4�{wY|���vf�NUQ>�fX@��IW�@7�����A/�n_�X[P$��y��4�Y�w:����)���@���`z8���OjT���8�Y��;Oϵ}�GŲ��y������]mz�,�s��44��3�VM��j� ���ւ�(��p� &�"�B-��b :�PC]��:� INSECT PEST CONTROL SECTION . . Bactrocera zonata originates from South and South‐East Asia (India, Indonesia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam) and has been introduced into Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Mauritius and Reunion Island. and supply a probationary distribution map of the Prunus persica fruit fly in the Mediterranean part along with control methods. - The only description was made before modern SEM-based studies distribution of B. invadens with congeners, it appears that Bactrocera zonata, having initially a tropical distribution has established in the Mediterranean basin (it is now recorded in Egypt, Iran and Jordan, and has been eradicated from Israel according to EPPO, 2002). Hosts: polyphagous on a variety of fruits. During the EPPO Workshop, participants presented the situation of B. zonata in the following countries: Various habitats in Egypt where B. zonata has been found – Pictures from Dr Cayol, Joint FAO/IAEA Division, Egyptian infested orchard near Israel/TUJPA. Bactrocera zonata diagnosis. Israel, was collected and reared, as part of the current endeavor. %PDF-1.3 %���� Ali Shamkhani said: “No one was present at the scene,” . Distribution. - pattern usually similar to above, - cell bm twice height of cell bcu - Drosophila spp. QL�a�N\�T-��W=�K�l�J"��C�û�+̤�\1$��j���Y��ƒC�Q.3����J���1�Ϥ�ʿ�p�wPs��e�o��S�(cx�ߎ�!H8�� ��[Cād:AE�W�4:�Y�� � It has spread to other parts of the world, in particular to several countries in the Near East and to Egypt. It is easily distinguished from B. tryoni in having the costal band interrupted beyond apex of R2+3. The following page is based on a presentation made by Dr Ian M. White, The Natural History Museum, London, at the EPPO Workshop on Bactrocera zonata (Paris, 2002-03-05/06). Peach Fruit Fly (Bactrocera zonata ) (Saunders, 1842) DISTRIBUTION: ... Outbreaks were reported in Israel in 2014 and Iraq in 2016. 464+�]ג�mڤql'uDZ��7������߱DZ��N�4MҤi�mݺ1UZ�G��m������~ A��@��yt�s���:��Ϗ����^���[�W��5�U�����2��3��*�����a����z2���w�z{��� 5Շ|A�@�����L-҄ �T�#��� �\CԌ�����=ѽ��^�k���6lv "c�|z1u�]�zÝb��E�¤?&�|L��'®$� �V��n�W�E��Q$�@�鷘��� �#���-��Qz(RXq?fw������Ý�Ch'lÎ��tV�(Hć�1��D�w��(��N� 7 in the Efflatoun (1924) plate. Geographical distribution EPPO region: absent. Recently, an outbreak of the peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Díptera: Tephritidae), in the metropolitan area of Tel Aviv in central Israel was reported. }��]TK�" INITIATION 1.1 Reason for doing PRA: B. zonata is now widespread in Egypt. In situations in which an ‘off-the-shelf’ solution is unavailable or not effective enough, Biofeed provides turn-key R&D solutions. Toggle facets Limit your search Text Availability. A new distribution map is provided for Bactrocera zonata[Bactrocera correcta] (Saunders) Diptera: Tephritidae Attacks mango (Mangifera indica), peach (Prunus persica), guava (Psidium guajava) and other fruit crops. The above-mentioned collections have all been sorted, identified (with minor exceptions) and curated, and these collections are probably qualified to the highest grade 7 in the Collection Health Scale of Dr. D. Furth (personal communication). All Rights Reserved | EPPO Cloud [wwwzend912test]. - Scutum with anterior supra-alar setae B. zonata has been recorded on over 50 cultivated and wild plant species, mainly those with fleshy fruits. - No anterior supra-alar setae Bactrocera è un genere di insetti della famiglia dei Tephritidae (ordine dei Diptera).. Bactrocera spp.. Il seguente elenco, estratto dal database del The Diptera Site, comprende le 549 specie del genere.In grassetto sono evidenziate le specie presenti o introdotte in Italia. It has spread to other parts of the world, in particular to several countries in the Near East and to Egypt. carrot fly) is similar but they are not in fruit, - vein M curved forward near end Two other species have invaded Israel in recent years: the Ethiopian fruit fly, Dacus ciliatus, with limited distribution in the south of Israel (Rempoulakis et al., 2015), and the peach fruit fly Bactrocera zonata within the metropolitan area of Tel–Aviv (EPPO, 2014, Gazit and Akiva, 2017). inss Monday, December 7, 2020 5:06:00 AM CET. R�i7�=1@MĒ���D9?�H��ʇn�VE���R]����]�����47θ3d����! B. zonata has been recorded on over 50 cultivated and wild plant species, mainly those with fleshy fruits. You searched for: Subject "Bactrocera zonata" Remove constraint Subject: "Bactrocera zonata" Start Over. o�9��yk�C�{Pv"�\��(A Bactrocera zonata Preferred Common Name; peach fruit fly Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Metazoa Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Uniramia Class: Insecta; Summary of Invasiveness; Native to South and South-East Asia, B. zonata is now found in more than 20 countries. Counteract Bactrocera Zonata (ISR5021) • providedDeveloping a National Biological Dosimetry Capability – Continuation (ISR6028) All close-up photographs are Copyright of the Natural History Museum, London (2002) and drawings are reproduced with the permission of CABI International. 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/Length 47 0 R >> stream - pattern usually as above (sometimes with additions or subtractions), - all terga separate (except terga I and II Bactrocera zonata (Diptera: Tephritidae) originates in South and South-East Asia where it attacks many fruit species (more than 50 host plants), including guavas, mangoes, peach, apricots, figs and citrus. An Israeli company says it has developed a no-spray, environment-friendly solution that can protect Indian farmers from the deadly oriental fruit fly, which has destroyed 300 fruit species in India. Behar, A, Jurkevitch, E and Yuval, B (2008c) Bringing back the fruit into fruit fly–bacteria interactions. On Reunion Island (Mascarenes Island in the Indian Ocean), among nine species of Tephritidae, the Six Dacini species are: Bactrocera (Bactrocera) zonata (Saunders), Bactrocera (Bactrocera) montyana (Munro), Bactrocera (Daculus) oleae (Gmelin).Dacus (Dacus) demmerezi (Bezzi), Bactrocera (Zeugodacus) cucurbitae (Coquillett), Dacus (Didacus) ciliatus Loew. It is not established there. The default action taken in response was the intensive use of the male attractant methyl eugenol applied together with the organophosphate insecticide malathion, which is toxic to a wide range of insects. m BFLq���20� �1 Due to its potential economic impact, the invasion of this fly in the rest of the EPPO (European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization) area raises growing concerns. The pest has been caught in traps in private gardens and public areas within this area. P.O Box 12, Rehovot 76100, ISRAEL ... Yuval, B. ; Byers, J. Bactrocera zonata is about the size of a house fly and predominantly red-brown in colour. inss Monday, December 7, 2020 5:06:00 AM CET. A second male was captured about 1.25 miles away, also in Lake Worth on 10 May 2018. The main hosts of B. zonata are guava, mango and peach. - fused terga of abdomen, - Only attacks Olea spp. Trapped in Israel at the Egyptian border; eradication measures applied - Similar wing It's been a busy time" abc-au Tuesday, December 15, 2020 12:18:00 AM CET. Toxicity of malathion and spinosad to Bactrocera zonata and Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) Yoav Gazit1,* and Ruti Akiva1 Abstract Recently, an outbreak of the peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Diptera: Tephritidae), in the metropolitan area of Tel Aviv in central Israel was reported. Two other species have invaded Israel in recent years: the Ethiopian fruit fly, Dacus ciliatus, with limited distribution in the south of Israel (Rempoulakis et al., 2015), and the peach fruit fly Bactrocera zonata within the metropolitan area of Tel–Aviv (EPPO, 2014, Gazit and Akiva, 2017). - Costal band complete but narrowed so superficially like B. zonata - Fused terga of abdomen 7 likes. 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Bacteria were isolated from the midgut of laboratory and field adult flies of Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Diptera: Tephritidae), a widely distributed fruit crop pest in India. ‎פרי free‎. approximately 90% belong to just 5 genera, Conclusion: if we rear from a mainstream commercial fruit it is almost certainly a member of one of these 5 genera, The shape of one wing cell needs to be examined to verify identity, Wing pattern is usually sufficient to separate these genera. - Silba and Neosilba (Lonchaeidae) oviposit into holes made by Tephritidae H��U[r�0]���Og�U�~��00�f��u��������ݰ$����!�!�,��=��s�2�'�)E�o�\aԆ��*!h���|dhY�|���!I�h�%���jD0�:����DuV&C8:�DbɨF��`Bd��D,L�/g�1���b�)�D��� * Gazit Y, Akiva R (2017) Toxicity of malathion and spinosad to Bactrocera zonata and Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae). The characters noted here are sufficient to separate B. zonata from all other known species of Dacini. In 1994, it was found in the Alexandria and Giza governorates on different fruit trees in private gardens. wuhz(�0&�E��nf=�3fQ�ܠ�8�1�%w��82Ѹ. Amos Yadlin says: “I think the balance of power has moved to the Americans,” . - B. tuberculata - Myanmar & Thailand A. Diel rhythm of volatile emissions of males and females of the peach fruit fly Bactrocera zonata. ^�"��@9/(q�P�~��^�iZ���>D����Msі�:�`�&�B���|`���᭹�$��ݦm�N��� At the same time, the Asian Bactrocera zonata has been recorded in Israel and North Africa, and it has already ecologically displaced Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann in Egypt [15,16]. - specialists aware of many more. B. zonata was first recorded in the Kalubia governorate in 1993 on Psidium guajava, and then in the Fayoum governorate. 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