Bactrocera (Bactrocera) tryoni (Froggatt), Highly adaptable to different environments, Capable of securing and ingesting a wide range of food, Negatively impacts trade/international relations, Highly likely to be transported internationally accidentally. This is a simple physical barrier to oviposition but it has to be applied well before the fruit is attacked. Anal area: lobes well defined, surrounded by 3-5 discontinuous rows of spinules, becoming longer and stouter below anal opening.Puparium [Management of Fruit Flies in the Pacific. A8 with well defined intermediate areas and large sensilla. Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 17:699-718, Bateman MA, Insunza V, Arretz P, 1973. Conversely, frugivorous birds and rodents can destroy a large percentage of wild fruit in some places that would be otherwise available to fruit flies or have fruit fly larvae already in them (Drew, 1987). JOSH BYRNE: There are over 200 species of Fruit Fly in Australia. Male tergite 3 with a pecten (setal comb) on each side. tryoni has a distribution almost entirely sympatric with B. neohumeralis, and both species attack a similar range of hosts, although B. tryoni is by far the more damaging. The Queensland fruit fly has so far been detected five times in the upper North Island in the past decade. New South Wales Department of Agriculture, Sydney, Australia, Gibbs GW, 1967. Pattern on abdomen diffuse to distinct. This tactic is now used in are-wide management programmes. The Queensland fruit fly has been described as one of the biggest threats to New Zealand horticulture. Monitoring and managing Ceratitis spp. In southeastern fruit-growing regions, microsatellites suggest that some of these outbreaks might derive from genetically differentiated populations overwintering in or near the invaded area. Fruit fly research and development in tropical Asia. Creeping welts with 2-3 anteriorly directed and 3-8 posteriorly directed rows of spinules. B. tryoni is a very serious pest of a wide variety of fruits throughout its range. (2019) found no evidence to support this statement and it has been removed. Medial longitudinal stripe on T3-5. For example, in New Zealand Baker and Cowley (1991) recorded 7-33 interceptions of fruit flies per year in cargo and 10-28 per year in passenger baggage. Factors supporting the non-persistence of fruit fly populations in South Australia. Australian distribution of 17 species of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) caught in cue lure traps in February 1994. Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Department of Primary Industries. II. Both males and females of fruit flies are attracted to protein sources emanating ammonia, so insecticides can be applied to just a few spots in an orchard and the flies will be attracted to these spots when they get near them during their daily foraging (Bateman et al., 1966 ab; Bateman, 1982). The first "Olympic" sterile insects reared in a high-tech factory in South Australia have been released into the wild to help combat Queensland fruit flies. (lesser Queensland fruit fly, mango fruit fly), so using a product with cue-lure in your garden is a good start for fruit fly control. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 48(9):1237-1245. http://www.publish.csiro.au/nid/72.htm, Meats AW, Clift AD, Robson MK, 2003. (2000; see also CABI/EPPO, 1998, No. Queensland fruit fly infests both indigenous and introduced fruits. The fruits most likely to be attacked after initial introduction will depend … Wallingford, UK: CAB International, White IM, Hancock DL, 1997. here in San Diego trapped one back in the 80's here in San Diego, it is still the most unusual one they have come across, we get the occasional Guava, Oriental, Mediterranean and Mexican fruit fly, but the Australian Journal of Zoology, 35(3):283-288, Drew RAI, 1989. Tergite 3 darkened basally and laterally. General and Applied Entomology, 29:49-57; 26 ref, DPINSW, 2013. Pesticides should always be used in a lawful manner, consistent with the product's label. 31). It is a member of subgenus Bactrocera and can therefore sometimes be cited as Bactrocera (Bactrocera) tryoni. They came in the house in some fruit from the store. If these are distributed at sufficient density (~ 30m spacing) most males can be annihilated (Bateman, 1982). Handbook of the Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) of America North of Mexico. Wing: length 4.8-6.3 mm. More information about modern web browsers can be found at http://browsehappy.com/. Data source for updated system data added to species habitat list. Isolated population of Bactrocera tryoni. QFF has the potential to infest a wide range of horticultural crops, garden plants, native plants and weeds. A Regional Symposium, Nadi, Fiji. NEO is much less invasive, whereas in historical times Q-fly has invaded southeastern Australia and areas of Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Population suppression in the Queensland fruit fly, Dacus (Strumeta) tryoni, I. Key to and status of opiine braconid (Hymenoptera) parasitoids used in biological control of Ceratitis and Dacus s.l. Pests in Tomato Crop I think I have Queensland fruit fly in my tomatoes. Queensland fruit fly is the most costly horticultural pest in Australia and it has invaded other countries in the surrounding region. The genetic structure of populations of an invading pest fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni, at the species climatic range limit. The percentage of produce lost has been estimated to be 10-50% in tropical Asia and Oceania and higher levels can occur in other parts of the world if control measures are not in place (Allwood and Leblanc, 1997). However, as far as fruit flies are concerned an unequivocal answer to the question - whether there is an impact of a pest species on other species in a district - should be assessed only by experiment or by incubating field-sampled fruit individually in order to rear out and identify surviving adult insects (see for example Gibbs, 1967; Fitt, 1986). (Diptera: Tephritidae). The main way that Queensland fruit fly spreads to new areas is by being carried in infested host fruit and vegetables. Biology, natural enemies and control, 3A. Area-wide management of fruit flies in Australia. EPPO Global database. Anastrepha ludens (Loew)--Some of the natural enemies of oriental and Mediterranean fruit flies have shown activity on Anastrepha spp. Meats, D.C.A. ACIAR Proceedings, 76:54-56, Quimio GM, Walter GH, 2001. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 100(2):197-206. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ber, Christenson LD, Foote RH, 1960. Biological Control Most released B. tryoni do not disperse far from their point of origin (~45% <100 m; ~95% < 1 km) (Meats and Edgerton, 2008) and this is consistent with the finding that the spread of incipient populations is also limited to ~1 km (Maelzer et al., 2004). When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. The distribution of this species was mapped by Drew (1982) and IIE (1991).B. The sterile insect technique (SIT) has been used for localised outbreaks in quarantined areas (Jessup et al., 2007).Early Warning Systems Although cover sprays of entire crops are sometimes used, the use of bait sprays is both more economical and more environmentally acceptable. Being invaded by them is like something out of scary movie. The first is area-wide control that requires quarantine regulations and expensive technology such as SIT in a restricted and defendable area, but may require grower and community participation (Jessup et al., 2007). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science Publishers, 209-219, Foote RH, Blanc FL, Norrbom AL, 1993. In: Official report, fruit fly and other pests various countries, 1907-8. The males of most pest species of Bactrocera are attracted to either cue lure (4-(p-acetoxyphenyl)-2-butanone) or to methyl eugenol (4-allyl-1,2-dimethoxybenzene). Heredity, 105(2):165-172. http://www.nature.com/hdy, Hicks, C. B., Bloem, K., Pallipparambil, G. R., Hartzog, H. M., 2019. In 2002 a natural enemy, Fopius arisanus (Sonan), was released and established. A few males have been trapped in Papua New Guinea but it is unlikely to be established there (Drew, 1989). Fifty years of fruit fly eradication in South Australia. Thermal conditioning in Bactrocera tryoni eggs (Diptera: Tephritidae) following hot-water immersion. B. tryoni, the Queensland fruit fly, is the most costly horticultural pest in Australia and has invaded several countries in the surrounding region (White and Elson-Harris, 1994). Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Department of Primary Industries. In: Allwood AJ, Drew RAI, eds. How natural predators can affect the survival, reproduction and Q-fly con-trol by SIT is still unknown. 2012). > 10°C, Cold average temp. Tergites not fused. There are some other generic combinations, most notably Dacus tryoni. Size variation in the Queensland fruit fly and its implications. SGP-02/3. Distribution Maps of Pests, Series A (Agricultural) (No.110). Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (=Dacus tryoni (Froggatt)), Diptera: Tephritidae, Queensland fruit-fly. In: Fruit Flies; their Biology, Natural Enemies and Control. Citrus reunited. Postpronotal (=humeral) lobe entirely pale (yellow or orange). Biological control: Pacific prospects - supplement 2. An isolated catch of B. tryoni in a cue lure baited trap in California (Foote et al., 1993) probably had an origin of this sort. Wallingford, UK: CAB International. [Erratum: In previous versions of this datasheet, it was stated that “many Bactrocera spp. To date, complete biological control in the classical sense, has never been achieved for any Bactrocera or Dacus spp. insects Article Ecological Drivers and Sex-Based Variation in Body Size and Shape in the Queensland Fruit Fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera: Tephritidae) Yufei Zhou 1,*, Juanita Rodriguez 2, Nicole Fisher 3 and Renee A. Catullo 1,2 1 Department of Ecology & Evolution, Research School … World Crop Pests. Economic Fruit Flies of the South Pacific Region. Vienna, Austria: International Atomic Energy Agency, 47 pp, Fitt GP, 1986. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer SBM, 685-697, Lloyd AC, Hamacek EL, Kopittke RA, Peek T, Wyatt PM, Neale CJ, Eelkema M, Gu HaiNan, 2010. > 10°C, Cold average temp. Larvae medium-sized, length 8.0-11.0 mm; width 1.2-1.5 mm. Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt), is the economically most significant Australian tephritid pest species with a large invasion potential, yet relatively little work on its biological control has been undertaken. Food and Agriculture Organisation, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (RAPA), 1986(28):1-18. malathion) mixed with a proteinaceous bait (usually termed ‘protein’). The flies are claimed to infest all of the varieties of fruit grown in the 'm-eaexcept pineapples and to infest vegetables such as tomatoes and melons. A good example and case study is given by Lloyd et al. In 1989 a special factory was built to produce sterile Queensland fruit flies to fight a large outbreak in Perth. [Management of Fruit Flies in the Pacific. by Allwood AJ, Drew RAI]. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 51(4):467-480, Swingle WT, Reece PT, 1967. Ithaca, USA: Comstock, Froggatt WW, 1909. CABIKEY to the Dacini (Diptera, Tephritidae) of the Asian, Pacific and Australasian Regions. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 43(4):397-406, Morrow J, Scott L, Congdon B, Yeates D, Frommer M, Sved J, 2000. 23 (2), 61-72. It has only recently invaded the USA where its numbers have grown rapidly. Isolated population of Bactrocera tryoni. NEO is much less invasive, whereas in historical times Q-fly has invaded southeastern Australia and areas of Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Evolution, 54:899-910, Nguyen VL, Meats A, Beattie GAC, Spooner-Hart R, Liu ZM, Jiang L, 2007. by Drew R A I, Hooper G H S, Bateman M A]. Biology of fruit flies. as did the Queensland fruit fly last century. Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 17(5):687-697 pp, Bateman MA, Friend AH, Hampshire F, 1966. Larval description from White and Elson-Harris (1994).Adult As a direct result of these invasions, there is increasing research interest in the invasion history and spread patterns of this fly. Technical Document No. Scutellum entirely yellow (except for narrow basal band). by Vreysen, M. J. B.\Robinson, A. S.\Hendrichs, J.]. Yeast autolysate bait sprays for control of Queensland fruit fly on passionfruit in Queensland. NZL-04/2. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 76(1):1-11, Smith D, Nannan L, 1988. the costal band extends from the wing base, not just from cell sc [the stigma]). White to yellow-white in colour.Third instar larva 2nd edn. In some places frugivorous birds and rodents can destroy a large percentage of wild fruit that would be otherwise available to fruit flies or may have fruit fly larvae already in them (Drew, 1987). Anon., 1986. Allwood AJ, Leblanc L, 1997. The Queensland fruit fly has been described as one of the biggest threats to New Zealand horticulture. Professor Clarke said Queensland growers had suffered more than $100 million in lost markets when the Papaya fruit fly invaded the country in the 90s. Mexican fruit fly. Using a field site located at the subtropical/temperate interface, with host fruits continuously available, we monitored the development times and abundance of B. tryoni, a species which has invaded temperate Australia from the tropics. Chemical methods for suppression or eradication of fruit fly populations. https://www.ippc.int/en/, IPPC, 2017. A fruit fly could have devastated New Zealand's horticulture industry if it hadn't been discovered at Auckland Airport, Biosecurity NZ says. Management of Fruit Flies in the Pacific. attack prior to ripening.Chemical Control Oecologia, 69:101-109, Fletcher BS, 1987. Queensland fruit fly. Face with a dark spot in each antennal furrow; facial spot large, round to elongate. They came in the house in some fruit from the store. We will inevitably see more Queensland fruit flies arrive in New Zealand. In: IPPC Official Pest Report, Rome, Italy: FAO. Citrus (Rutaceae): a review of recent advances in etymology, systematics and medical applications. Jump dispersal, such as hitch-hiking in infested fruit in luggage, cargo and vehicles is common. Thoracic and abdominal segments: a band of small posteriorly directed spinules encircling anterior portion of each thoracic segment. These insect pests can infect a wide variety of fruits and vegetables and destroy them. Wing cell c covered in microtrichia; cell bc devoid of microtrichia. Eggs are laid below the skin of the host fruit. Impact of habitat modification on the distribution and abundance of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Southeast Queensland. William B. Sherwin, Marianne Frommer, John A. Sved, Kathryn A. Raphael, John G. Oakeshott, Deborah C.A. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 44(1):109-126, Meats A, 1989. (Wharton, 1989). Anepisternal stripe not reaching anterior notopleural seta. Rome, Italy: FAO. Cell br (narrowed part) with extensive covering of microtrichia. APPPC, 1987. Tergite 4 dark laterally. Fruit fly traps are being expanded in the area, including being placed in home gardens with fruit trees and additional traps added to an area extending to 1.5km from where the fly was found. The Australian fruit fly parasitoid Diachasmimorpha kraussii (Fullaway): life history, ovipositional patterns, distribution and hosts (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Opiinae). Scutum with anterior supra-alar setae and prescutellar acrostichal setae. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Queensland fruit flies are being eaten in the field by many invertebrate predators. Control; classical biological control of fruit-infesting Tephritidae, In: Robinson AS, Hooper G, eds. Approximately one third are frugivorous and around 250 are considered economic pests, with 23 of these known to be serious pests in Australia, Oceania and tropical Asia (White and Elson-Harris, 1992; Vijaysegaran, 1997). Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt), is the economically most significant Australian tephritid pest species with a large invasion potential, yet relatively little work on its biological control has been undertaken. Impacts on biodiversity are also unlikely for the same reasons as for impacts on natural habitats. This is a very serious pest of a wide variety of fruits throughout its range. 2012). IPPC Official Pest Report, No. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 122(3):215-221. http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/loi/eea, Osborne R, Meats A, Frommer M, Sved JA, Drew RAI, Robson MK, 1997. Frons - 2 pairs frontal setae; 1 pair orbital setae. Economic losses are estimated at $300 million which includes control and loss of production, postharvest treatments, on‐going surveillance for area freedom and loss or limit to domestic and international markets. Tergite 3 dark laterally and basally. http://www.eppo.int/DATABASES/pqr/pqr.htm, FAO/IAEA, 2003. 100 (2), 197-206. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ber DOI:10.1017/S0007485309990150. The distribution of NEO is contained entirely within the wider distribution of Q-fly and the two species are ecologically extremely similar, with no known differences in pheromones, temperature tolerance, or host-fruit utilisation. (2000). The second is farmer-operated local or ‘crop by crop’ control and is generally suited to local economies with local (non-export) distribution and is particularly relevant to areas with naturally high endemic pest populations and to village horticulture in tropical Asia and the South Pacific islands (Allwood & Leblanc 1997; Vijaysegaran 1997), where high infestation rates would damage local economies and cause migration to towns. Bateman et al. Thorax: Predominant colour of scutum red-brown. Information manual for Hunter Valley grape growers. Cape Town, South Africa: Global Invasive Species Programme, 64, Purea M, Putoa R, Munro E, 1997. Fletcher (1989b) provides dispersal data for only 11 of 651 species of Bactrocera, many of the case studies lack the necessary numerical data, and the study did not discern between active flight and passive wind-assisted dispersal. B. tyroni are responsible for an estimated $28.5 … World Crop Pests [ed. (2000), much of which derives from host data gathered in a major survey in the Cairns area. 68-76. Due to the variable regulations around (de)registration of pesticides, your national list of registered pesticides or relevant authority should be consulted to determine which products are legally allowed for use in your country when considering chemical control. Pest Free Status of Ceratitis capitata and Bactrocera tryoni in Singapore. by Shine, C. \Reaser, J. K. \Gutierrez, A. T.]. Mortality due to vertebrate fruit consumption can be very high, as can puparial mortality in the soil, either due to predation or environmental mortality (see White and Elson-Harris, 1994, for brief review). Shearman, A. Stuart Gilchrist, Tracking invasion and invasiveness in Queensland fruit flies: From classical genetics to ‘omics’, Current Zoology, Volume 61, Issue 3, 1 June 2015, Pages 477–487, https://doi.org/10.1093/czoolo/61.3.477. The status of B. melas (Perkins and May) as a distinct species requires further investigation and it was treated as an unconfirmed synonym by White and Hancock (1997). In: The citrus industry, revised 2nd ed., vol. Applied Entomology and Zoology, Vol. Abstract Oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel), is a highly polyphagous fruit fly which, in the last 15 years, has invaded (with or without establishment) Africa, Europe and North America. Oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel), is a highly polyphagous fruit fly which, in the last 15 years, has invaded (with or without establishment) Africa, Europe and North America. Would you be able to identify a Queensland fruit fly if it invaded your garden? It is also invaded and established in New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Pitcairn Islands in the South Pacific (Leblanc et al. Recent work on hot water dipping was reported by Waddell et al. Queensland Fruit Fly Protecting Fruit - Our Organic Method Hi Folks. Shearman and J.A. Other major wild hosts are Annona atemoya, Terminalia aridicola, T. muelleri, T. platyphylla, T. sericocarpa, T. subacroptera, Syzgium suborbiculare, S. tierneyanum and Nauclea orientalis. The Queensland fruit fly has so far been detected five times in the upper North Island in the past decade. In addition to the hosts listed, Garcinia dulcis, Diplocyclos palmatus, Flaacourtia inermis, Sandoricum indicum, Artocarpus odoratissima, Casimiroa tetrameria, Murraya exotica and Solanum muricatum are economically important hosts of B. tryoni. It can [t be purchased commercially. Notopleuron yellow. in southern Mexico, and may be influential in partial biological control of that species (Aluja et al. Many transient incursions, some eradicated, remainder dying out without action, Managed forests, plantations and orchards, Aw - Tropical wet and dry savanna climate, < 60mm precipitation driest month (in winter) and < (100 - [total annual precipitation{mm}/25]), Cf - Warm temperate climate, wet all year, Warm average temp. Bactrocera tryoni (Queensland fruit fly); adult. and checked for larvae. It affects all summerfruit crops … B. tyroni is native to subtropical coastal Queensland and northern New South Wales. This won’t necessarily be more frequently, unless their numbers in SE Australia erupt, but the threat will not disappear. In: IPPC Official Pest Report, No. The papaya fruit fly attacks fruits that the Queensland fruit fly rarely infests, such as mango and pawpaw. In: Area-wide control of insect pests: from research to field implementation [ed. 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