genus Rhagoletis Loew south of the United States (Diptera : Tephritidae) by Foote, Richard H.

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Statementby Richard H. Foote ; prepared by Science and Education Administration
SeriesTechnical bulletin -- no. 1607, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1607
ContributionsUnited States. Science and Education Administration
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Paginationiv, 75 p. :
Number of Pages75
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Foote, Richard H. (Richard Herbert), Genus Rhagoletis Loew south of the United States. Washington: The Administration, The author presents a revision of the genus Rhagoletis south of the USA, dealing with the known species occurring in Mexico, Central America, the West Indies and South America.

A key to the 7 species groups and 21 species is presented. The discussion of each group contains a taxonomic diagnosis and information about its overall distribution (including a map) and composition in Cited by: Rhagoletis spp.

are a genus of Tephritidae that occupy (United States, Canada, and Mexico), with a few areas under strict quarantine regulation (i.e., Central Washington State, United States).

Eastern Cherry Fruit Fly: Rhagoletis cingulata (Loew) The eastern cherry fruit fly is a native species of North America and develops in native.

The latter has been proved by Bush () in the sympatry surge of new host races of Rhagoletis pomonella in the United States. Similarly, Frias (), has postulated the appearance of sympatry in host races of R. : D. Frias. The genus Rhagoletis Loew includes many economically important pests of fleshy fruits.

Six species of this genus occurring in Iran and bordering countries are briefly reviewed, and a. The genus Rhagoletis Loew (Diptera: Tephritidae), with 65 species distributed in the Nearctic, Pelearctic and Neotropical zones (Foote, ; Thompson, ; White and Elson-Harris, ), has been mostly studied regarding their reproductive behavior and oviposition mechanisms (Frías-Lasserre, ; Rull et al., ).

Little information is Cited by: 1. Rhagoletis ramosae is a species of tephritid or fruit flies in the genus Rhagoletis of genus Rhagoletis Loew south of the United States book family Tephritidae.

References This article related to members of the fruit fly genus Rhagoletis is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it Family: Tephritidae. The genus Rhagoletis Loew south of the United States: (Diptera: Tephritidae) / (Washington: The Administration, ), by Richard H. Foote and United States.

Science and Education Administration (page images at HathiTrust) Diptères exotiques nouveaux ou peu connus. Unlike populations in the eastern United States, where this species is a key pest of apples (Prokopy et al. ), in the western United States and Mexico, it.

Introduction. Little information exists on the geographic and host distributions of fruit flies in the genus Rhagoletis Loew, (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Montana, western U.S.A. Only four of 62–68 species of Rhagoletis have been recorded from the state (USDABushFoote et al.

).The western cherry fruit fly, R. indifferens Curran,and the black Cited by: 7. Rhagoletis batava (seabuckthorn fruit fly) is a species of tephritid or fruit flies in the genus Rhagoletis of the family Tephritidae. Rhagoletis batava larvae feed inside fruit flesh, and can be important pest of seabuckthorn.

This species is very similar to Rhagoletis cerasi (European cherry fruit fly). ReferencesFamily: Tephritidae. United States and Canada (Reissig, ).

Thorough control of the maggot flies is needed to produce the highest quality and most marketable fruits (Reissig, ). Fruit Characteristics Apples are bigger fruits than hawthorns. The typical commercial apple fruit has a diameter of inches (70 mm).!File Size: KB. The genus Rhagoletis Loew has been studied mainly because of its economic importance as an agricultural pest to fruits in many countries, and because it is considered a model of sympatric speciation processes.

Within Rhagoletis, species with Neotropical distribution have been arranged into four groups: 1) the nova group (R. penela Foote, R. nova (Schiner), R.

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Walnut husk-maggot [Rhagoletis Author: Fred Ernest Brooks [from old catalog]. Rhagoletis batava Hering, Dataset GBIF Backbone Taxonomy genus Rhagoletis species Rhagoletis batava Name Synonyms Rhagoletis obscuriosa Kolomiets, Homonyms Rhagoletis batava Hering, Common names Havtornflue in Danish Havtornflue in Danish.

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Bactrocera is a tephritid fly genus of at least species distributed primarily in tropical Asia, the south Pacific, and Australia (White and Elson-Harris, ). Relatively few species have existed in Africa, except for those recently introduced (e.g., B.

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If this difference in their vocalizations has the function of preventing hybridization between the two species, it is an example of _____. New synonymy of Epochra Loew with Euphranta (Rhacochlaena Loew) (Diptera: Tephritidae) and description of a new species from Mexico Vol Page New species and phylogenetic analysis of Euaresta Loew (Diptera: Tephritidae), with a key to the species from the Americas south of Mexico.

Recently, the American cherry fruit fly species Rhagoletis cingulata, which is closely related to the European cherry fruit fly R.

cerasi, was introduced to Europe [21,22,23,24,25].One individual was first observed in Switzerland (canton Ticino) in the s. From tothere were repeated captures of American cherry fruit flies in the south of the canton Ticino [].Cited by: Taxonomic observations on united states tephritidae (Diptera), with descriptions of new sepcies Vol Page The larvae of two North American diving beetles of teh genus Acilius (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae).

Vestnik Zoologii The Journal of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Schmalhauzen Institute of ZoologyCited by: 7. The genus comprises of polyphenic species, i.e. the same species may express different character states when found on different hosts.

The total number of Aleurocanthus species recorded varies according to the data source: 82 are reported in Evans (); 79 in Ouvrard and Martin () (accessed 19/4/); 78 in Martin and Mound ( Cited by: 2.

Full text of "Class book of economic entomology, with special reference to the economic insects of the northern United States and Canada" See other formats. Although most Rhagoletis species lay only one egg at a time in a maturing fruit, members of the walnut infesting R.

suavis (Loew) species group are batch egg layers (Boyce, ). After egg laying, a Rhagoletis female drags her ovipositor over the surface of the fruit depositing at least two water soluble pheromones (Prokopy, ).

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Egartner A, Zeisner N, Hausdorf H, Blümel S () First record of Rhagoletis cingulata (Loew) (Dipt., Tephritidae) in Austria. EPPO Bull – Google Scholar Ekesi S, Billah MK, Nderitu PW, Lux SA, Rwomushana I () Evidence for competitive displacement of Ceratitis cosyra by the invasive fruit fly Bactrocera invadens (Diptera Cited by: Tephritid fruit flies in the genus Rhagoletis are models for adaptive radiation in phytophagous insects [13,14,15,16,17].

In North America, the genus contains species groups, such as the R. pomonella and R. tabellaria sibling species groups, that have radiated sympatrically via shifting to and ecologically specializing on new host plants [18,19 Cited by: 1.

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0 Anastrepha (Trypeta) ludens Loew., the so-called Mexican orange worm, is an enemy of oranges in portions of Mexico, infesting also the guava and mango, and A. acidusa Walk. infests the peach in the same country. Rhagoletis ribicola Doane infests currants and gooseberries in the United States, as does.

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