Bactrocera dorsalis is the most recent tephritid invader in La Réunion and it was first detected in May 2017. Bactrocera dorsalis Bactrocera invadens Bactrocera dorsalis is considered to be present, actionable and under official control in the above mentioned provinces of South Africa and their associated Municipal Districts. Mov. Bactrocera dorsalis has established and been eradicated from a number of places, including Ryukyu Islands in Japan, and Nauru, Guam and Northern Mariana Islands in the Pacific. 8:63. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2020.00063 An Antennae-Specific Odorant-Binding Protein Is Involved in BactroceradorsalisOlfaction ZhaoLiu 1,Xiao-FeiLiang ,LiXu ,IanW.Keesey2,Zhong-RenLei3*,GuySmagghe1,4 and Jin-JunWang1* 1 Key Laboratory of Entomology and Pest Control Engineering, College of Plant Protection, Southwest University, … 1. Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page. Its control is highly c Annals of the Entomological Society of America 106(6): 684-694. Pest survey card on Bactrocera dorsalis European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Antoon Loomans, Makrina Diakaki, Mart Kinkar, Martijn Schenk, Sybren Vos Abstract This pest survey card was prepared in the context of the EFSA mandate on plant pest surveillance (M- 2017-0137), at the request of the European Commission. o In South African the official pest status is summarised in Table 1. It was previously described as the Invader fruit fly (Bactrocera invadens). Number Title Download; PM1/002(28) EPPO A1 and A2 Lists of pests recommended for regulation as quarantine pests (2019) Download . 3. Entomol. Overview; Distribution; Host plants; Host commodities; Categorization ; Reporting; Photos; Documents → Associated EPPO Standards. Official control in terms of R110 Removal of host material from an affected requires a permit. Mention of pro- High risk in red, medium risk in yellow and low risk in light blue. freshNOTES (141) 13 DEC 2017 Comparison between the Bactrocera species and Ceratitis capitata (Medfly) While the Bactrocera species can lay up to 2000 eggs per lifetime, the Medfly only lays about 500 to 800 eggs per lifetime. Bactrocera kirki (Froggatt) in 1928, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) in 1970, B. dorsalis in 1996, and Bactrocera xanthodes in 1998 (Leblanc and Putoa 2000). Unlimited viewing of the article/chapter PDF and any associated supplements and figures. Evol. (Fig.1-3) Male:body length of body 5.6-5.9 mm. BACKGROUND. Bactrocera dorsalis is part of a larger species complex and PCR analysis indicated that, indeed, piggyBac exists throughout the complex having nucleotide sequence identities of 92% among all the elements sequenced, with individual identities of 96–99% to one another and the T. ni 3E1 piggyBac (Handler, unpublished data). Our previous studies on Bactrocera dorsalis have shown that this fly can learn to evaluate the nutritional value of sugar rewards, although whether all metabolizable sugars are equally rewarding to flies is still unclear. Bactrocera dorsalis. Applied Entomology and Zoology, Vol. 21 and 303),, one of a series of the Entomology and Nematology 2005 ); however, its current range within Asia extends into subtropical countries as well, such as China. Article/chapter can not be redistributed. The oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel), is an important agricultural pest and has developed resistance to many insecticides. The method is This datasheet was first published in 1997 in the second edition of 'Quarantine Pests for Europe', as part of the Bactrocera dorsalis species complex, and revised in 2020. 1. 1.Introduction. 2. Six new species: 1.Bactrocera( Sinodacus) ziae, sp.nov. The mean weekly trap catches of Bactrocera dorsalis and Bactrocera zonata was arrived by counting and averaging the fruitflies in all the traps at both locations. Check out Abstract. Bactrocera dorsalis (Oriental Fruit Fly) is a quarantine pest of Asian origin capable of infesting various commercial fruit crops (400 recorded hosts). pm1-002-28-en.pdf; Associated documents EPPO Datasheets. 4, p. 609. Regional risk f or Bactrocera dorsalis It is possible to integrate the environmental and host risk maps in one regional risk map, as illustrated in Fig. Background The oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel), is the world’s most damaging (30–100%) pest infesting important fruits and vegetables. Front. The oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel), is an important invasive agricultural insect pest with a wide host range, and has spread around the world over the last century. The hopper hAT-family transposable element isolated from the Oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis, is distantly related to both the Drosophila hobo element and the Activator element from maize. Prior to eradication from Nauru, B. dorsalis and mango fly B. frauenfeldi (Schiner) infested 95% of mangoes, 90% of guavas and almost 10% of soursops. Bactrocera dorsalis is a member of the Oriental fruit fly (B. dorsalis) species complex.This species complex forms a group within the subgenus Bactrocera and the name may therefore be cited as Bactrocera (Bactrocera) dorsalis.B. It is now found in 65 countries and in most sub-Saharan countries. Maggots hatching in a fruit that is already occupied by conspecific worms will face food competition. Article/chapter can be downloaded. Bactrocera dorsalis Olfaction. of Bactrocera dorsalis complex. Mapping studies in larger areas in China using methyl eugenol traps documented the presence of Bactrocera tau, Bactrocera scutellata, Bactrocera cucurbitae, Bactrocera minax, and B. dorsalis, and B. minax which occurred in 27 villages and towns in 2011, and its occurrence area reached 1666.7 ha in the whole county with a loss of production above 400 tons (Xiao et al., 2013). 14 . Several other species in the complex are also recognized as pests, based on plant host use and pest records (White and Elson-Harris, 1992; Clarke et al., 2005; Vargas et al., 2015; Plant Health Australia, 2016). Six new species were described based morphological characters, but further studies needed to identify if there are belong to Bactrocera dorsalis complex. Bactrocera dorsalis H. is mostly a destructive pest and causes about 10% losses to the mangoes (Sayed et al., 1970). Ecol. Materials and Methods 2.1. 3. The oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis , oviposits on many types of fruits. The oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is a pest of cultivated fruit and has been re-corded in various locations across Asia, Africa, and North America and recently in Europe [1–9]. This infestation of fruit fly is increasing day by day; due to this its market value reduces and cannot be exported in international market (Stone House et al., 1998). The Oriental fruit fly mostly preferred mango as host (Jayanthi and Varghese et al., 2002). Bactrocera dorsalis (DACUDO) Menu. The original 3120 bp hopperBd-Kah element isolated from the Kahuku wild-type strain was highly degenerate and appeared to have a mutated transposase and terminal sequences, while a second … Finding a suitable oviposition site is a challenging task for a gravid female fly, since the hatched maggots have limited mobility, making it difficult to find an alternative host. Scale 1:45,000,000. Bactrocera dorsalis species complex in the Campania Region (Italy), following the European Directive 2000/29/EC of 8 May 2000 which states protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products and against their spread within the community. 43, Issue. It has spread rapidly throughout Africa. Although its' name does not illicit much response here in Singapore, in countries such as the United States and Kenya, the mention of the Oriental fruit fly will send agricultural farmers, fruit vendors, immigration authorities fuming mad. The Oriental fruit fly (OFF), Bactrocera dorsalis syn. member species, Bactrocera dorsalis (Figure 1) which is a polyphagous pest of commercial fruits. Bactrocera dorsalis, the Oriental fruit fly, is one of the world’s most destructive agri - cultural insect pests and a major impediment to international fresh commodity trade. Eradication of Bactrocera papayae Diptera: As a result of its widespread distribution, pest status, invasive ability and potential impact on market access, B. Many other regions in the world are at risk of invasion and establishment of B. dorsalis [2,3]. Learning and memory are the most characterized advanced neurological activities of insects, which can associate information with food. Adult female oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis Hendellaying eggs by inserting her ovipositor in a … Bactrocera invadens (Diptera: Tephritidae), is a quarantine pest of Asian origin with host plants including mango, citrus, guava, marula, banana, peppers, tomatoes and cucurbits. 1_ Bactrocera dorsalis has a probability of entering, establishing and spreading in all the countries of the COSAVE region; therefore, it is likely to have consequences. Bactrocera dorsalis complex species in mainland China Qinge Ji Institute of Beneficial Insects, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, Fuzhou, Fujian 350002, China 1. DOI: 10.1603/AN13017 Reference page. San Jose, M. et al. Total number of Bactrocera dorsalis specimens detected from April 2014 to September 2015 from an average total of 1500 surveillance traps placed countrywide Total Specimens 2 per. It is unusually po-lyphagous and is regarded as one of the top invaders in the world (Clarke et al., 2005). Attraction of Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae) and Nontarget Insects to Methyl Eugenol Bucket Traps with Different Preservative Fluids on Oahu Island, Hawaiian Islands GRANT K. UCHIDA,1,2 BRUCE E. MACKEY,3 DONALD O. McINNIS,1 AND ROGER I. VARGAS4 J. Econ. 5.3. Lang Title Download; Data … Source: Prepared for STDF/PG/502 COSAVE Project. To investigate vital … At the time of these studies, B. dorsalis had been reported onlyintheSocietyIslandsand B.xanthodesonlyinthe This article reports the results of research only. hopper, from Bactrocera dorsalis is a functional vector for insect germline transformation Alfred M. Handler1* and Marc F. Schetelig2 Abstract Background: The hopper hAT-family transposable element isolated from the Oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis,is distantly related to both the Drosophila hobo element and the Activator element from maize. It is now maintained in an electronic format in the EPPO Global Database. Bactrocera tryoni Bactrocera dorsalis . (Total Specimens) Deciduous fruit hosts 12 . 2013: An evaluation of the species status of Bactrocera invadens and the systematics of the Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae) complex. The sections on 'Identity', ‘Hosts’, and 'Geographical distribution' are automatically updated from the database. 2_ Bactrocera dorsalis has the potential to have economic, environmental and social impacts in the COSAVE countries. Article/chapter can be printed. Avg. The bacterial populations inhabit-ing the gut and reproductive organs of this pest were shown to play important roles in host physiology and behavior [39, 41–43]. of Bactrocera dorsalis for COSAVE. The oriental fruit fly Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae) is a serious pest which causes considerable loss of cultivated crops worldwide and attacks over 350 host species [39, 40]. %PDF-1.6 % The oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) (Diptera: Tephritidae), is considered a major economic threat in many regions worldwide. The Philippines is a possible source of the Bactrocera dorsalis complex species (Diptera, Tephritidae) occasionally collected in the Ryukyu Islands of Japan; analyses of mitochondrial DNA. The Oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel, 1912), is a member of the Tephritidae (fruit flies) family. Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is amongst the most serious pests of cultivated fruits across Asia and Africa owing to its high adaptation, polyphagy, fecundity and the extent to which it causes yield and revenue losses [1]. Damage 13 . This species is na-tive to India, Southeast Asia and southern China. This evolutionary trait may have arisen primarily from interactions between B. dorsalis and other invertebrates that share the same ecological niches.