Anastrepha species their host plants and parasitoids

 
References

 

(papers with recent records included in this database)

Custódio, A.C., Lago, C.L., Souza-Filho, M.F., Louzeiro, L.R.F.; Raga, A. 2017. Moscas-das-frutas do gênero Anastrepha (Diptera: Tephritidae): novas associações hospedeiras. Biológico, 79(2), p. 79.

Raga, A., Paula, L.I.S., Souza-Filho, M.F., Castro, J.L. 2017. Population Dynamics and Infestation Rate of Fruit Flies in Stone Fruits in São Paulo State, Brazil. Annual Research & Review in Biology 14(6): 11 p.

Adaime, R.; Souza, M.S.M.; Jesus-Barros, C.R.; Deus, E.G.; Pereira, J.F.; Strikis, P.C.; Souza-Filho, M.F. 2017. Frugivorous flies (Diptera: Tephritidae, Lonchaeidae), their host plants, and associated parasitoids in the extreme north of Amapá State, Brazil. Fla. Entomol. 100(2):316-324.

 

Citing this publication

    ZUCCHI, R.A. 2008. Fruit flies in Brazil - Anastrepha species their host plants and parasitoids. Available in: www.lea.esalq.usp.br/anastrepha/, updated on November 27, 2017. Accessed on....


Some Statistical Data (November 2017)

Anastrepha species recorded: 120
Species with hosts known: 61
Species with only one host known: 30
Species with more host associated: A. fraterculus (116) and A. obliqua (49)

Number of host plant families with Anastrepha species associated: 48
Number of host plant species with Anastrepha species associated: 275
Number of Anastrepha species / host families:
    19 / Sapotaceae
    17 / Myrtaceae
    11 / Anacardiaceae
    09 / Passifloraceae

  
 
   Authors

   

Roberto Antonio Zucchi

Taxonomy
Department of Entomology and Acarology
ESALQ - University of São Paulo
13419-100 - Piracicaba-SP Brazil
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Email: razucchi@usp.br

 

Regina C. B. Moraes

Web Designer
Department of Entomology and Acarology
ESALQ - University of São Paulo
Email: remoraes@usp.br