11 G); aculeus 1.4 mm long, tip trilobed with 4 pairs of preapical setae (Fig. Rearing of larvae is described in White & Elson‐Harris (1992). However, Mziray et al. Subcostal vein not abruptly bent or dorsal side of vein R1 lacks setulae. Benincasa hispida(Thunb.) Close. When performance criteria are available, these are provided with the description of the test. Lateral surstylus shorter than epandrium; posterior lobe of surstylus broad, not longer than anterior lobe (Fig. (Visible with SEM or phase contrast. The full text of this article hosted at iucr.org is unavailable due to technical difficulties. Further information on this organism can be obtained from: V. Balmès. 11). Molecular dating estimated typo-gyf evolved within the past 8.02 million years (95% highest posterior density 10.56-5.52 million years), after the split with Bactrocera oleae. 8 J). Common names. A protocol for DNA barcoding based on COI is described in Appendix 1 of PM 7/129 DNA barcoding as an identification tool for a number of regulated pests: DNA barcoding Arthropods (EPPO, 2016b) and can support the identification of Bactrocera latifrons. The Asian B. latifrons was not known in Africa before White ( 2006 ) was completed. This is a pest of solanaceous crops throughout its range (see List of Hosts). Bactrocera facialis (Coquillett 1909) Species recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1 and EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1. Entomol. Arg. E‐mail: valerie.balmes@anses.fr. With the exception of B. invadens, all of these species were assigned to the genus Dacus in earlier classifications, i.e. Type: Version: Date: Compl. Crossvein dm‐cu hyaline. This Standard describes a diagnostic protocol for Bactrocera latifrons.1. ), Anal area: Large lobes, protuberant, surrounded by 3–6 rows of small, sharply pointed spinules, becoming more concentrated and stouter below anal opening. A presumptive diagnosis may be feasible on the 3rd instar (Balmès & Mouttet, 2017) and molecular tests can also be performed on larvae (see section 4.2). Tephritid Workers Database Presutural supra‐alar seta absent. Preferred Names. For more information see Dacine Fruit Flies of Asia-Pacific. For identification of the Family Tephritidae see Oosterbroek (2006). 2013 (NBAIR). A queryable website on taxon and specimen information for afrotropical Dacine fruit flies, Tropical fruit flies (Tephritidae: Dacinae) of South‐East Asia: Indomalaya to North‐West Australasia, Keys to the tropical fruit flies (Tephritidae: Dacinae) of South‐East Asia, EPPO Reporting Service, October 2016, 2016/183, 2016/144, 2016/093, 2016/051, PM 7/129 (1) Diagnostics. Arg.) (2) Put the larva in distilled water and flatten the body contents by gentle pressure with a spatula (use a mandrel with flattened fishing thread). Hendel, Chaetodacus antennalis . Other common names. Coverage: Size (Mbp) Contigs: N50 (kbp) Ref. more detailed information on analytical specificity, full validation reports, etc.). Bactrocera cucurbitae: melon fly: Bactrocera dorsalis: oriental fruit fly: Bactrocera latifrons: solanaceous fruit fly: Contarinia maculipennis Body cylindrical and rounded with a small tapering head, 3 thoracic and 8 abdominal segments (Fig. Distance between crossvein r‐m and costa shorter than r‐m. Title: First detection of Bactrocera latifrons in Africa. Lateral post sutural vittae present. 2013, David, K. J., 1 ♀ same data except date 15. i. Reference taxon from Systema Dipterorum in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life. Characters to identify the subgenus Bactrocera (Bactrocera) are presented in section 4.2.1 of the IPPC Diagnostic Protocol (IPPC, 2019). Links to African specimens are available at http://projects.bebif.be/fruitfly/taxoninfo.html?xml:id=371 or http://fruitflykeys.africamuseum.be/en/pdf_keys.html. By attracting adult males to field traps or baits, the attractants provide a means for detecting, surveying, monitoring, and controlling this agricultural pest. The oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis, returned as the most common species present among the intercepted flies found in almost half the samples (365). Characters to identify the subgenus Bactrocera (Bactrocera) are presented in section 4.2.1 of the IPPC Diagnostic Protocol (IPPC, 2019). Bactrocera latifrons, also named ‘solanum fruit fly’, is native to south and southeast Asia (Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Thailand, Cambodia, Lao, Vietnam, China, Taiwan, Brunei, Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore) and Indonesia (Kalimantan and Sulawesi) (Drew & Romig, 2013). (S. lycopersicum, S. melongena and S. aethiopicum). Abdominal tergite 1 broader at apex than at base, without a prominent hump laterally. Compositions and combinations of alpha-ionol and cade oil are effective attractants for Bactrocera latifrons (Hendel) fruit flies. Bactrocera latifrons (Hendel, 1915) homotypic synonym: Bactrocera (Bactrocera) latifrons. A8 with intermediate areas large and sensilla well developed. Host plants of Bactrocera latifrons (Hendel) on Hawaii and Maui. If you have any feedback concerning this Diagnostic Protocol, or any of the tests included, or if you can provide additional validation data for tests included in this protocol that you wish to share, please contact diagnostics@eppo.int. Scientific Name Common Name Taxa Plant Families Plant Genera Plant Taxa Plant Families Plant Genera Plant Taxa Anastrepha ludens Mexican Fruit Fly 17 24 45 18 32 51 96 ... Bactrocera latifrons 13 25 59 13 17 23 82 Bactrocera pedestris 12 19 26 3 3 3 29 Bactrocera … A key for the 3rd‐instar larvae is available in White & Elson‐Harris (1992). Post‐ocellar seta hardly detectable. Prescutellar acrostichal seta present. (Visible with SEM or phase contrast. Family Total fruits B. latifrons/lOO gfruit Scientific name Common name; fruit position collected Mean Std. Chaetodacus antennalis. Scientific Names. Analysis of 13 tephritid transcriptomes confirmed typo-gyf expression in six additional Bactrocera species, including Bactrocera latifrons, Bactrocera dorsalis and Bactrocera zonata. A few of the important pest species include: Asian fruit fly, Bactrocera invadens. Summary: Significance: Bactrocera latifrons, an oriental fruit fly, was detected for the first time in Africa. Synonyms: Chaetodacus latifrons Hendel, Chaetodacus antennalis Shiraki (Thompson, 1998) and Dacus (Strumeta) latifrons (Hendel) (Hardy & Adachi, 1954). Head: (Fig. Bactrocera latifrons. Medial post‐sutural vitta absent (Fig. Abdominal tergites separate. A description of the larvae is also provided and may allow a presumptive diagnosis (see section 4.1.1). Scutellum entirely pale coloured, except sometimes for a narrow black line across the base (Fig. Phallus 2.5 ̄ 2.8 mm long, excluding glans (0.43 mm); 0.75 of glans sclerotised with unpatterned praeputium; subapical lobe and basal lobe present (Fig. Protocols identified as needing revision are marked as such on the EPPO website. Apical scutellar setae present (Fig. error Bactrocera latifrons Taxonomy ID: 174628 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid174628) current name. Examination of the 3rd‐instar larvae in combination with knowledge about the origin and the host, as well as the evidence provided by previously identified specimens from earlier and similar consignments, may allow a presumptive diagnosis (Balmès & Mouttet, 2017). error The berries, fruit, nuts and vegetables of the listed plant species are now considered host articles for B. tau. ... Bactrocera latifrons Do you have a … 2002). (C. annuum, C. chinensis and C. frutescens) and Solanum spp. Use of brand names of chemicals or equipment in these EPPO Standards implies no approval of them to the exclusion of others that may also be suitable. When errata and corrigenda are in press, this will also be marked on the website. Norrbom, A. L., L. E. Carroll, F. C. Thompson, I. M. White and A. Freidberg / F. C. Thompson, ed., 1998: Systematic database of names.