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Fruit Flies pp 235-240 | Cite as

Improving Fruit Fly Trapping Systems in Reunion Island

  • S. Quilici
  • B. Trahais
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Abstract

In Reunion Island, the main tephritid species damaging fruit crops are the medfly Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann, and the Natal fruit fly Ceratitis (Pterandus) rosa Karsch: the latter species is by far the most important one (Etienne, 1982).

Keywords

Protein Hydrolysate Date Figure Standard System Trapping System Lateral Opening 
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References

  1. Etienne J. 1982. Etude systematique, faunistique et ecologique des tephritides de la Reunion. These Ec. Prat. Hautes Etudes, 100 pp.Google Scholar
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  3. Quilici S., Geslin, P. et Manikom, R 1987a. Utilisation du piegeage dans la lutte contre les mouches des fruits a l’île de la Reunion. II: Comparaison de differents attractifs. Fruits 42: 163–169.Google Scholar
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  • S. Quilici
  • B. Trahais

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