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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Sex Pheromone of Anastrepha striata.

Of the 16 genera and 26 species that are native anastrephw, four genera including CampomanesiaEugeniaMyrciaand Psidium and 12 species belong to the Myrtaceae. Revista Brasileira de Entomologia, Gena without brown spot. Vein M strongly curved apically; section between bm-cu and r-m 1. Graphic by Division of Plant Industry.

Their Identification and Bionomics. Thoracic and abdominal segments: Pest fruit flies of the world – larvae. Stone, ; Molineros et al. Their Biology, Natural Enemies and Control. Annales de la Societe Entomologique de France, 29 2: Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser.

Anastrepha striata – Fruit Fly ID Australia

Stone, ; Foote et al. Sustancias vegetales para el control de moscas de la fruta. Its exact native range is obscure, but its presence in southern Brazil has been detected only recently, suggesting that human activities may have aided its spread.


Cell r 1 basomarginal hyaline spot apex aligned proximal to crossvein r-m. Florida Entomologist, anastreha 4: The adults occur throughout the year Christenson and Foote, Biology of fruit flies.

The two anterior spiracles, located laterally at base of first body segment behind head, are modified ends of anasttepha divided into small tubules or digits. Length, width, and position of these are useful characters in separating species.

More information about modern web browsers can be found at http: Data not available HinfI: Annual Review of Entomology, 5: The larva is a typical, pale yellowish-white fruit fly maggot, cylindrical in shape, with inconspicuous head and 11 body segments which are not clearly separable into thoracic and abdominal regions.

Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: A preliminary list of the fruit flies of the genus Anastrepha Diptera: Acta Zoologica Mexicana, Anastrepha striata has four small caudal papillules above and below posterior spiracles. A survey on the occurrence and flight periods of fruit fly species Diptera: Other names for this species: Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2: The third-instar larva is very similar to that of A.

Boletin de Entomologia Venezolana, In international trade, the major means of dispersal to previously uninfested areas is the transport of fruit containing live larvae. Biology and economic significance. This species belongs to the striata-group note that some publications place this species in the serpentina-group.


The body is largely orange with dark-brown and yellow markings. Scutum presutural dorsocentral pale vitta absent; with 3 both medial and sublateral pale postsutural vittae; pale medial vitta with posterior end ovoid; pale sublateral postsutural vitta extended posteriorly to intra-alar seta.

Frontal setae 3—6 usually 4—5. Combined analysis of gas chromatography coupled with electroantennography GC-EAD of volatile extracts of both fruits showed that 1 and 6 compounds from orange and guava, respectively elicited repeatable antennal responses from mated females.

Diagnosis Morphological — adult This species belongs to the striata-group note that some publications place this species in the serpentina-group. Pharyngeal skeleton and mouth hooks of the guava fruit fly, Anastrepha striata Schiner, lateral view. Third instar larva of the guava fruit fly, Anastrepha striata Schiner, lateral view.

Such fruits should come from an area where A. Lateral half of brown stripe on mesoscutum from transverse suture to scutellum denuded in Anastrepha striata ; brown stripe wholly setose in Anastrepha bistrigata.

World Crop Pests 3 B.