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Fruit Flies pp 243-246 | Cite as

Attractiveness of Three Hydrolyzed Proteins to Ceratitis capitata

  • J. P. Ros

Abstract

Aerial bait sprays are commonly used in Spain for control of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata. Ros et al., (1987, 1988) determined which doses of hydrolyzed protein and insecticides were most efficient in attracting the Mediterranean fruit fly in these aerial treatments.

Keywords

Parallel Line Economic Importance Protein Solution Application Method Hydrolyze Protein 
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References

  1. Ros, P. et al., 1987. Efficiency of protein hydrolyzate in bait spray treatments against Ceratitis capitata Wied. International Symposium fruit flies of Economic Importance ( CECIOBC)-Roma, Italia 1987.Google Scholar
  2. Ros, P. et al., 1988. Eficacia del hidrolizado de proteina en las pulverizaciones - cebo contra Ceratitis capitata Wied. Bol. San. Veg. Plagas 14, 5–9, 1988.- Ministerio de Agricultura-Espana.Google Scholar

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