D����Msі�:�`�&�B���|`���᭹�$��ݦm�N��� A new distribution map is provided for Bactrocera zonata (Saunders). Trapped in Israel at the Egyptian border; eradication measures applied - pattern usually as above, - cell bcu extension swollen Diagnosis: Male with epandrium and surstyli oval in outline (Fig. TJŒ�׫��I叫��>%�Ay�=�v)�Ec��'侄XW�rȈ�P8�A�s�wc��RD0�N���E��֛�� �r�}0�?ـ�?EԀ i&�w:)s��n�����})���RL��&�*9���qڰ_����wI�՘�;#� �*E��w�/�j��6��]���v�{M{ !IVtD봿邼5A�B?Io�Gt.�B�*�>Ի�������[�.м[I�HP��8�1F��v�5,��ZZe��3�O���W��ޔl�m�Ǧ"� ��S�Դ B. zonata are guava, mango and peach. - pattern usually as above (sometimes with additions or subtractions), - all terga separate (except terga I and II A new distribution map is provided for Bactrocera zonata[Bactrocera correcta] (Saunders) Diptera: Tephritidae Attacks mango (Mangifera indica), peach (Prunus persica), guava (Psidium guajava) and other fruit crops. By 1997, B. zonata was widespread in Egypt (even present in desert areas such as the oases of Dakhkan Kharga, and Sinai). * EPPO Workshop on Bactrocera zonata, Paris, UNESCO, 2002-03-05. H��UMo�0��::@�J�>{l� �q����p��C#Q�-����PbI}�A���(V|�n�� V�f��es V;ɤ�ѱbA�E��lV��n�aUd��+��Y�B&�tl���9p����c�/�&>�ɖ.��n��%`��b����I!�6���b�66ۦ w}5� Toxicity of malathion and spinosad to Bactrocera zonata and Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) Yoav Gazit1,* and Ruti Akiva1 Abstract Recently, an outbreak of the peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Diptera: Tephritidae), in the metropolitan area of Tel Aviv in central Israel was reported. ` �Jf� endstream endobj 27 0 obj << /Type /Encoding /Differences [ 32 /space 44 /comma 46 /period 66 /B 76 /L 80 /P 97 /a /b /c /d /e 103 /g /h /i 107 /k /l 110 /n 115 /s /t /u 119 /w ] >> endobj 28 0 obj << /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 292 >> stream It was trapped in Israel at the Egyptian border. Of these, only the last two … "c�|z1u�]�zÝb��E�¤?&�|L��'®$� �V��n�W�E��Q$�@�鷘��� �#���-��Qz(RXq?fw������Ý�Ch'lÎ��tV�(Hć�1��D�w��(��N� 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. 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]. 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). 7 likes. Bactrocera oleae – The Olive fruit fly c. Bactrocera zonata (soon to be released) Tailor-made formulas. Secondary hosts include apricot, fig and citrus. 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. &�"�B-��b 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]. It is not established there. 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The NPPO of Israel recently informed the EPPO Secretariat of an outbreak of Bactrocera zonata (Diptera: Tephritidae – EPPO A1 List) in the metropolitan area of Tel-Aviv. A climatic prediction has been performed for Bactrocera dorsalis by Stephens et al. Traps used with methyl eugenol – Morocco trap, Traps used with methyl eugenol – Steiner trap, - some other families also have patterned wings, - only the family Psylidae (e.g. It is now present throughout Egypt, up to the borders of the Palestinian Territories (Gaza Strip) and Israel. Orphanidis PS et al., 1958. See also fig. carrot fly) is similar but they are not in fruit, - vein M curved forward near end - B. tuberculata - Myanmar & Thailand Bactrocera zonata 2005-12-01 00:00:00 Identity Name : Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) Taxonomic position: Insecta : Diptera : Tephritidae Synonyms : Dacus zonatus (Saunders), Dasyneura zonata Saunders, Rivellia persicae Bigot Common names : peach fruit fly, guava fruit fly (English) Notes on taxonomy and nomenclature: Bactrocera maculigera Doleschall was previously listed as a synonym … - specialists aware of many more. �6�N�}��"D+� The Peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata, is native to South and South-East Asia and can now be found in more than 20 countries. (Drosophilidae) associated with fallen, over-ripe or damaged fruit 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. It is considered that B. zonata threatens countries in the Near East and North Africa, and to a lesser extent in Southern Europe. All Rights Reserved | EPPO Cloud [wwwzend912test]. 3. - Scutum without medial vitta Suitable for the control of a mixed fruit fly population - Ceratitis capitata, Bactrocera oleae, and even Bactrocera zonata. R�i7�=1@MĒ���D9?�H��ʇn�VE���R]����]�����47θ3d����! International cooperation has been initiated by IAEA and FAO to eradicate B. zonata and prevent any further spread. s��������ph��Ţ,[��9�4��S�]I�! - dark flecks basally 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]. Ali Shamkhani said: “No one was present at the scene,” . Bactrocera zonata is listed as Dacus zonatus in Annex IAI of Directive 2000/29/EC, which includes harmful organisms whose introduction in EC countries are banned. 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Searching ability of pupal parasitoid, Dirhinus giffardii (S ilvestri) on Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) at various depths of plant debris. * NPPO of Israel (2001-01, 2014-04). (Recherches expérimentales sur l'attractivité exercée par certaines substances proteinées sur le … that are fused in all higher Diptera), - Scutum with lateral vittae HOST PLANTS: There are records of natural field infestation of at least 54 different host plants. Tim Wellsmore said: "We've got a collection of groups we've seen targeting COVID researchers," "The attacking groups are relentless. showing sticky  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. Secondary hosts include apricot, fig and citrus. Bactrocera zonata. A second male was captured about 1.25 miles away, also in Lake Worth on 10 May 2018. Each colony was initiated from flies that emerged from infested fruits collected in backyards in Tel Aviv. In the present paper we review the life history, host scope, influence of climatic factors . Conclusion: if it attacks fruit on the tree it is probably a tephritid. Bactrocera zonata is listed as Dacus zonatus in Annex IAI of Directive 2000/29/EC, which includes harmful organisms whose introduction in EC countries are banned. A well stocked stall in a southern Indian market, Pests recently added to the EPPO A1/A2 Lists, Other methods (including use of protein and food baits), Conclusion: the rest of this presentation will concentrate on identification of reared and methyl eugenol trapped flies, Tephritidae usually oviposit into intact fruit. with its proud owners, Copyright ©2021 EPPO. Nine bacteria were isolated and identified as members of genera Bacillus, Enterobacter, Klebsiella and Stenotrophomonas based on culture-dependent and 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis. 2. - Prescutellar setae 3 S). - Atherigona (Muscidae) usually in damaged fruit. B. zonata has been recorded on over 50 cultivated and wild plant species, mainly those with fleshy fruits. 4�|.��./�g�}��^Ex�›�?׮'%x�0�M�Ln��M����D�\�+��_U#JRW��Y��ͪu�&_C+TKW�.�s-l�|���u����|Yz�t�ԏ��כ wuhz(�0&�E��nf=�3fQ�ܠ�8�1�%w��82Ѹ. OTHERS Bactrocera dorsalis 1 OTHER LIVING PLANTS : FRUIT & VEGETABLES ... Mangifera indica Bactrocera zonata 1 EGYPT Sum:* 1 GAMBIA OTHER LIVING PLANTS : FRUIT & VEGETABLES Mangifera indica Tephritidae 1 ... ISRAEL OTHER LIVING PLANTS : CUT FLOWERS AND BRANCHES WITH FOLIAGE Hosts: polyphagous on a variety of fruits. Bactrocera zonata is listed as Dacus zonatus in Annex IAI of Directive 2000/29/EC, which includes harmful beings whose debut in EC states are banned. - B. correcta - Widespread pest These colonies were established independently in 2012 and in 2014. - B. venefica - Myanmar 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. 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H��UMo�0��::@�J�>{l� �q����p��C#Q�-����PbI}�A���(V|�n�� V�f��es V;ɤ�ѱbA�E��lV��n�aUd��+��Y�B&�tl���9p����c�/�&>�ɖ.��n��%`��b����I!�6���b�66ۦ w}5� 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. ` �Jf� endstream endobj 27 0 obj << /Type /Encoding /Differences [ 32 /space 44 /comma 46 /period 66 /B 76 /L 80 /P 97 /a /b /c /d /e 103 /g /h /i 107 /k /l 110 /n 115 /s /t /u 119 /w ] >> endobj 28 0 obj << /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 292 >> stream It was trapped in Israel at the Egyptian border. Of these, only the last two … "c�|z1u�]�zÝb��E�¤?&�|L��'®$� �V��n�W�E��Q$�@�鷘��� �#���-��Qz(RXq?fw������Ý�Ch'lÎ��tV�(Hć�1��D�w��(��N� 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. 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]. 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). 7 likes. Bactrocera oleae – The Olive fruit fly c. Bactrocera zonata (soon to be released) Tailor-made formulas. Secondary hosts include apricot, fig and citrus. 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. &�"�B-��b 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]. It is not established there. 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The NPPO of Israel recently informed the EPPO Secretariat of an outbreak of Bactrocera zonata (Diptera: Tephritidae – EPPO A1 List) in the metropolitan area of Tel-Aviv. A climatic prediction has been performed for Bactrocera dorsalis by Stephens et al. Traps used with methyl eugenol – Morocco trap, Traps used with methyl eugenol – Steiner trap, - some other families also have patterned wings, - only the family Psylidae (e.g. It is now present throughout Egypt, up to the borders of the Palestinian Territories (Gaza Strip) and Israel. Orphanidis PS et al., 1958. See also fig. carrot fly) is similar but they are not in fruit, - vein M curved forward near end - B. tuberculata - Myanmar & Thailand Bactrocera zonata 2005-12-01 00:00:00 Identity Name : Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) Taxonomic position: Insecta : Diptera : Tephritidae Synonyms : Dacus zonatus (Saunders), Dasyneura zonata Saunders, Rivellia persicae Bigot Common names : peach fruit fly, guava fruit fly (English) Notes on taxonomy and nomenclature: Bactrocera maculigera Doleschall was previously listed as a synonym … - specialists aware of many more. �6�N�}��"D+� The Peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata, is native to South and South-East Asia and can now be found in more than 20 countries. (Drosophilidae) associated with fallen, over-ripe or damaged fruit 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. It is considered that B. zonata threatens countries in the Near East and North Africa, and to a lesser extent in Southern Europe. All Rights Reserved | EPPO Cloud [wwwzend912test]. 3. - Scutum without medial vitta Suitable for the control of a mixed fruit fly population - Ceratitis capitata, Bactrocera oleae, and even Bactrocera zonata. R�i7�=1@MĒ���D9?�H��ʇn�VE���R]����]�����47θ3d����! International cooperation has been initiated by IAEA and FAO to eradicate B. zonata and prevent any further spread. s��������ph��Ţ,[��9�4��S�]I�! - dark flecks basally 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]. Ali Shamkhani said: “No one was present at the scene,” . Bactrocera zonata is listed as Dacus zonatus in Annex IAI of Directive 2000/29/EC, which includes harmful organisms whose introduction in EC countries are banned. 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Searching ability of pupal parasitoid, Dirhinus giffardii (S ilvestri) on Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) at various depths of plant debris. * NPPO of Israel (2001-01, 2014-04). (Recherches expérimentales sur l'attractivité exercée par certaines substances proteinées sur le … that are fused in all higher Diptera), - Scutum with lateral vittae HOST PLANTS: There are records of natural field infestation of at least 54 different host plants. Tim Wellsmore said: "We've got a collection of groups we've seen targeting COVID researchers," "The attacking groups are relentless. showing sticky  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. Secondary hosts include apricot, fig and citrus. Bactrocera zonata. A second male was captured about 1.25 miles away, also in Lake Worth on 10 May 2018. Each colony was initiated from flies that emerged from infested fruits collected in backyards in Tel Aviv. In the present paper we review the life history, host scope, influence of climatic factors . Conclusion: if it attacks fruit on the tree it is probably a tephritid. Bactrocera zonata is listed as Dacus zonatus in Annex IAI of Directive 2000/29/EC, which includes harmful organisms whose introduction in EC countries are banned. A well stocked stall in a southern Indian market, Pests recently added to the EPPO A1/A2 Lists, Other methods (including use of protein and food baits), Conclusion: the rest of this presentation will concentrate on identification of reared and methyl eugenol trapped flies, Tephritidae usually oviposit into intact fruit. with its proud owners, Copyright ©2021 EPPO. Nine bacteria were isolated and identified as members of genera Bacillus, Enterobacter, Klebsiella and Stenotrophomonas based on culture-dependent and 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis. 2. - Prescutellar setae 3 S). - Atherigona (Muscidae) usually in damaged fruit. B. zonata has been recorded on over 50 cultivated and wild plant species, mainly those with fleshy fruits. 4�|.��./�g�}��^Ex�›�?׮'%x�0�M�Ln��M����D�\�+��_U#JRW��Y��ͪu�&_C+TKW�.�s-l�|���u����|Yz�t�ԏ��כ wuhz(�0&�E��nf=�3fQ�ܠ�8�1�%w��82Ѹ. OTHERS Bactrocera dorsalis 1 OTHER LIVING PLANTS : FRUIT & VEGETABLES ... Mangifera indica Bactrocera zonata 1 EGYPT Sum:* 1 GAMBIA OTHER LIVING PLANTS : FRUIT & VEGETABLES Mangifera indica Tephritidae 1 ... ISRAEL OTHER LIVING PLANTS : CUT FLOWERS AND BRANCHES WITH FOLIAGE Hosts: polyphagous on a variety of fruits. Bactrocera zonata is listed as Dacus zonatus in Annex IAI of Directive 2000/29/EC, which includes harmful beings whose debut in EC states are banned. - B. correcta - Widespread pest These colonies were established independently in 2012 and in 2014. - B. venefica - Myanmar 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. 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