Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Department of Primary Industries, 1-97, Drew RAI, 1987. Purea M, Putoa R, Munro E, 1997. [26], Rising CO2 levels may influence the distribution of B. tyroni[27]. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 76(4):721-742, Wharton RH, 1989. [Erratum: In previous versions of this datasheet, it was stated that “many Bactrocera spp. The major risk is from the importation of fruit containing larvae, either as part of cargo, or through the smuggling of fruit in airline passenger baggage or mail. Biological control: Pacific prospects - supplement 2. 135. Amice R, Sales F, 1997. 11-53. [2] All of these flies are sympatric, meaning that they inhabit the same territory, except B. aquilonas, which inhabits a different geographical area in northwest Australia. Calophyllum inophyllum (Alexandrian laurel), Diospyros virginiana (persimmon (common)), Eremocitrus glauca (Australian desert lime), Olea europaea subsp. 54-56. Thus from 1983 yeast autolysate was used instead (Madge et al., 1997). CABI, Undated. Evolution, 54:899-910, Nguyen VL, Meats A, Beattie GAC, Spooner-Hart R, Liu ZM, Jiang L, 2007. There are also reports of high infestations on melons in Pakistan and rock melons in Queensland. Up to 40 larvae can be reared from a single piece of fruit. The protein most widely used in Australia was acid-hydrolysed yeast. Scutellum entirely yellow (except for narrow basal band). Hosts. Abdomen not wasp waisted. by Allwood AJ, Drew RAI]. [1] While the coding regions are mostly completely sequenced, about one-third of the genome appears to consist of highly repetitive sequences. The Queensland fruit fly (Bactrocera tryoni) is a species of fly in the family Tephritidae in the insect order Diptera. EPPO Global database. Postpronotal (=humeral) lobe entirely pale (yellow or orange). Drew RAI, 1982. Their Identification and Bionomics. Bactrocera tryoni (Queensland fruit fly); adult. The botany of citrus and its wild relatives of the orange subfamily. Consequently, no comprehensive list of parasitoid records is given here; those listed were extracted from Waterhouse (1993) and Wharton and Gilstrap (1983). Plants … Legs: All femora yellow / pale. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science Publishers, 209-219, Foote RH, Blanc FL, Norrbom AL, 1993. Unlike other fly pests, B. tryoni does not breed continuously, but spends the winter in the adult stage. Museum set specimen. ("sting"). Although cover sprays of entire crops are sometimes used, the use of bait sprays is both more economical and more environmentally acceptable. Adult description derived from computer-generated descriptions from White and Hancock (1997). [2] Adults hold their wings horizontally when walking and flick them in a specific, characteristic manner. Impacts on biodiversity are also unlikely for the same reasons as for impacts on natural habitats. by Vreysen, M. J. B.\Robinson, A. S.\Hendrichs, J.]. Management of Fruit Flies in the Pacific. Size, 0.8 mm long, 0.2 mm wide, with the micropyle protruding slightly at the anterior end. World Crop Pests [ed. [16] When fruit is available, the flies often do not disperse far distances (only a few hundred meters to a kilometer), but they have been found to travel large distances in the absence of fruit. Cell bc without extensive covering of microtrichia. Map: Port Augusta 5700. With a complete costal band which may extend below R2+3, but not to R4+5; not expanded into a spot at apex. Population suppression in the Queensland fruit fly, Dacus (Strumeta) tryoni, I. by Drew R A I, Hooper G H S, Bateman M A]. It infests all commercial fruit crops, other than pineapple and strawberry. [24], A popular method for controlling populations of invasive or destructive species of flies involves producing a strain of fly that is incapable of reproducing. I. Temporal variation in abundance. Department of Primary Industries, Qld 4068 and Department of Health, Canberra, A.C.T. Alan Meats, University of Sydney, Australia. Terminalia and secondary sexual characters: Male wing without a bulla. > 10°C, Cold average temp. Impact of habitat modification on the distribution and abundance of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Southeast Queensland. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated a. CABI Compendium: Status as determined by CABI editor. It displays highly seasonal population dynamics, and the environmental conditions suitable for its abundance are not constant throughout the year in most places. by Shelly T, Epsky N, Jang EB, Reyes-Flores J, Vargas R]. If these are distributed at sufficient density (~ 30m spacing) most males can be annihilated (Bateman, 1982). Larval description from White and Elson-Harris (1994).Adult In: EPPO Global database, Paris, France: EPPO. Management of Fruit Flies in the Pacific. Cue-lure is only exhibited in sexually mature males, indicating that mate finding is related to the cue-lure behavior. 2nd ed. B. tryoni is larger than a house fly (wing length 4.8-6.3 mm). Report of the expert consultation on progress and problems in controlling fruit fly infestation, Bangkok, 1986. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier World Crop Pest Series, 241-246, Meats A, Beattie A, Ullah F, Bingham S, 2012. Queensland Journal of Agricultural and Animal Sciences, 45(2):169-177, Spinner JE, Cowling AM, Gurr GM, Jessup AJ, Reynolds OL, 2011. Management. Situation. In: Trapping and the detection, control, and regulation of Tephritid fruit flies: lures, aarea-wide programs, and trade implications [ed. Based upon recent studies which utilize computer programs to simulate B. tyroni distribution in the event of rising temperatures, it was predicted that there will be an overall increase in Queensland fruit fly damage, but the fruit flies will re-localize to more southerly locations as northern and central Queensland will begin to exceed the maximum habitable temperature of B. In Australia both species attack a similar range of hosts and can even be reared from the same individual specimens of field-collected fruit (Gibbs, 1967). [27] However, these simulations may not accurately predict the future distributions of B. tyroni as they have exhibited an immense capability to adapt to various conditions. General and Applied Entomology, 29:49-57; 26 ref, DPINSW, 2013. Adult B. tyroni flies are reddish brown in color, have distinct yellow markings and are typically 5–8 mm in length. Fruit fly fauna in New Caledonia. A few males have been trapped in Papua New Guinea but it is unlikely to be established there (Drew, 1989). The first is area-wide control that requires quarantine regulations and expensive technology such as SIT in a restricted and defendable area, but may require grower and community participation (Jessup et al., 2007). 21:113-128, Waterhouse DF, 1993. A study testing the viability of this technique found that sterility was dose independent, meaning that a single ionizing event was enough to render the male sperm sterile. Host range: Queensland fruit fly infests both indigenous and introduced fruits. The roles of adult and larval specialisations in limiting the occurrence of five species of Dacus (Diptera: Tephritidae) in cultivated fruits. Approximately one third are frugivorous and around 250 are considered economic pests, with 23 of these known to be serious pests in Australia, Oceania and tropical Asia (White and Elson-Harris, 1992; Vijaysegaran, 1997). [11] The presence of other female flies in pre- or post- oviposition on a piece of fruit was found to have no bearing on another female's likeliness to land on the fruit; however, female flies were more likely to bore into a piece of fruit that other female flies were currently ovipositing into, therefore increasing the density of larvae within a single piece of fruit. It has the potential to spread to many places around the world because of its wide climatic and host range (Meats 1989b; Sutherst et al., 2000) and a tendency to be carried by human travellers at the larval stage inside infested fruit. Rome, Italy: FAO. As well as managing these established fruit flies, Australia also focuses on ensuring exotic species, including Oriental fruit … can fly 50-100 km (Fletcher, 1989)” but a review of Fletcher (1989a) and Fletcher (1989b) by Hicks et al. Annual Review of Entomology, 5:171-192, Dominiak B, Barchia I, 2005. This indicates that males sterilized via a low dosage of radiation were equally as competitive as males that were not irradiated. Comments. [2] While this scent is artificially made, it is closely related to compounds occurring in nature., IPPC, 2015. Due to difficulties in verifying the identifications of both parasitoids and (in some cases) the fruit fly hosts, no attempt has been made to catalogue all natural enemy records; see White and Elson-Harris (1994) for major sources. To push, pull or push-pull? Males of B. tryoni are attracted to cue lure, sometimes in very large numbers. Wallingford, UK: CAB International. Distribution. Male B. tyroni respond most greatly to the lure in the morning, likely because this is their peak of foraging time; however, an evolutionary reason for the cue-lure is not fully known. The distribution of this species was mapped by Drew (1982) and IIE (1991).B. This typically occurs near the end of the summer season. Bateman M A, 1982. Movements of tephritid fruit flies. the costal band extends from the wing base, not just from cell sc [the stigma]). Water relations of Tephritidae. Citrus reunited. Due to the variable regulations around (de)registration of pesticides, your national list of registered pesticides or relevant authority should be consulted to determine which products are legally allowed for use in your country when considering chemical control. In: The citrus industry, revised 2nd ed., vol. Usually about 60-80% length of larva. Australia Journal of Entomology 36,45-50. The Australian fruit fly parasitoid Diachasmimorpha kraussii (Fullaway): life history, ovipositional patterns, distribution and hosts (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Opiinae). IPPC Official Pest Report, No. [9], Farmers in effected regions are encouraged to use a lure and kill tactic to combat the presence of B. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 100(2):197-206., Christenson LD, Foote RH, 1960. New South Wales Department of Agriculture, Sydney, Australia, Gibbs GW, 1967. Distributed free", "Hybridization as a Source of Variation for Adaptation to New Environments", "Bacteria Associated with some Dacus Species (Diptera: Tephritidae) and their Host Fruit in Queensland", Review of Fruit Fly Management in Victoria and Options for Future Management, Of Peaches and Maggots: The Story of Queensland Fruit Fly,, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Courtice, A. C. (2006). The geographical distribution of the Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera (Dacus) tryoni, in relation to climate. Reported Long-Distance Flight of the Invasive Oriental Fruit Fly and Its Trade Implications. B. tryoni is a very serious pest of a wide variety of fruits throughout its range. DNA microsatellite analysis of naturally occurring colour intermediates between Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) and Bactrocera neohumeralis (Hardy) (Diptera: Tephritidae). Anepisternal stripe not reaching anterior notopleural seta. (2000), much of which derives from host data gathered in a major survey in the Cairns area. B. tyroni is native to subtropical coastal Queensland and northern New South Wales. Sved JA, Yu H, Dominiak B, Gilchrist AS (2003): Inferring modes of colonization for pest species using heterozygosity comparisons and a shared-allele test. Provides a range of information on southern bluefin tuna research. The wingspan of B. tyroni ranges from 4.8-6.3 mm. The Mediterranean fruit fly (Medfly) is one of the world's most economically damaging pests. Many countries that are free of Bactrocera spp., such as the USA (California and Florida) and New Zealand, maintain a grid of methyl eugenol and cue lure traps, at least in high risk areas (ports and airports) if not around the entire climatically suitable area. Recent work on hot water dipping was reported by Waddell et al. There have also been outbreaks in South Australia and although action to eradicate is taken, cool winters may also account for its lack of establishment. Qfly is present in parts of eastern Australia but not in Western Australia. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 44(1):109-126, Meats A, 1989. However, it occurs sympatrically with B. neohumeralis, which also has that feature but from which it differs in having yellow postpronotal (=humeral) lobes. In May 2012, January 2013, February 2015, and February 2019, the fly was found in Auckland, posing a risk to horticulture and leading to a quarantine (see Biosecurity in New Zealand). Locations. [19], Gomulski, L. M., Pitts, R. J., Costa, S., Saccone, G., Torti, C., Polito, L. C., Gasperi, G., Malacrida, A. R., Kafatos, F. C., Zwiebel, L. J. Genomic Organization and Characterization of the white Locus of the Mediterranean Fruitfly, Ceratitis capitata Genetics 2001 157: 1245-1255, CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (, "The ecology of Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera: Tephritidae): what do we know to assist pest management? Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2020: Absent, pest eradicated First recorded in: 1990s Eradication in: 2020 Pest status declared by NPPO: Absent: pest eradicated (2020-01) From CABI Pest map 110 (1999): Absent, intercepted only. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 43(4):397-406, Morrow J, Scott L, Congdon B, Yeates D, Frommer M, Sved J, 2000. Fauna of fruit flies in the Cook Islands and French Polynesia. [3] Genetic data has suggested that B. aquilonas is simply an allopatric population of B. In addition to lack of resources, adult flies may also move to locate overwintering sites or avoid dry or cold weather.[16]. Berkeley, California, USA: University of California, 190-430, Umeh VC, Garcia LE, 2008. Handbook of the Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) of America North of Mexico. Females prefer to lay their eggs in fruit that is sweet, juicy, and not acidic. Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (=Dacus tryoni (Froggatt)), Diptera: Tephritidae, Queensland fruit-fly. To date, complete biological control in the classical sense, has never been achieved for any Bactrocera or Dacus spp. Hind tibia (male) with a preapical pad. [Management of Fruit Flies in the Pacific. Genetics 163: 823-831. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier, 3(B):411-424, Baker RT, Cowley JM, 1991. This has been termed the ‘male annihilation technique’ (MAT). Maps showing Queensland fruit fly outbreak and suspension areas. • Future climate projections of Queensland fruit fly distribution • Adaptation for horticulture industries • Summary . Distribution map Project boundary. These hatch within 2-3 days and the larvae feed for another 10-31 days. Detection & Inspection. Annual Review of Entomology, 32:115-144, Fletcher BS, 1989. American Journal of Botany, 96(3):668-685., CABI/EPPO, 1998. CABI is a registered EU trademark. A 15-kilometre suspension area has been established around the detection point and quarantine restrictions apply either partially or entirely in the following areas – Berri, Calperum Station, Chaffey, Cooltong, Crescent, Gurra, Gurra, Lyrup, Monash, Mundic Creek, … Adventitious introduction by human agency does not always lead to establishment; in South Australia 71% of incipient incursions did not establish to a stage that warranted insecticidal or other treatments (Meats et al., 2003). Any detections of pest fruit fly species in these areas are immediately quarantined and eradicated. In: IPPC Official Pest Report, Rome, Italy: FAO. A Regional Symposium, Nadi, Fiji. Population Ecology, 42:153-160, Rungrojwanich K, Walter GH, 2000. These two species mate at different times of day (B. tryoni at dusk; B. neohumeralis at midday). Distribution Maps of Pests, Series A (Agricultural), 110. The egg of B. oleae was described in detail by Margaritis (1985) and those of other species are probably very similar. There are some other generic combinations, most notably Dacus tryoni. Containment efforts have included irradiating pupae in order to induce sterility. Wing (male) with a deep indent in posterior margin. Pupariation is in the soil under the host plant for about 7 days but may be delayed under cool conditions. For each order, the distribution of … Eggs are laid below the skin of the host fruit. Australian Journal of Entomology, 36(1):45-50, Poona S, 2003. At this point, the fruit has likely fallen to the ground. [23] As of 2014, fenthion was no longer commercially available in Australia. Dominiak BC, Daniels D. Review of the past and present distribution of Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann) and Queensland fruit fly (Bactrocera tryoni Froggatt) in Australia. © Copyright 2021 CAB International. Short- and long-range dispersal of the Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni and its relevance to invasive potential, sterile insect technique and surveillance trapping. Journal of Applied Entomology, 125(3):135-140, Raghu S, Clarke AR, Drew RAI, Hulsman K, 2000. A survey of travellers carrying host fruit of Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt), into a fruit fly free area in 1998/99 following road signposting of penalties for infringements. The maggot chews its way out of the remaining fruit and enters the soil, where it enters the pupal stage of development. Unidentified sightings. Fruit Flies; their Biology, Natural Enemies and Control. Queensland fruit fly is the most serious insect pest of fruit and vegetable crops in Australia. Any incursion can severely impact where we sell our fruit. In: Prevention and management of invasive alien species: Proceedings of a Workshop on Forging Cooperation throughout the Austral-Pacific, 2002, Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii [ed. A Short History Explaining a few things. Citrus (Rutaceae): a review of recent advances in etymology, systematics and medical applications. Fruit flies are the kiwifruit industry's most unwanted biosecurity threat. The main way that Queensland fruit fly spreads to new areas is by being carried in infested host fruit and vegetables. Larvae medium-sized, length 8.0-11.0 mm; width 1.2-1.5 mm. [1] They are active during the day, but mate at night. This is a very serious pest of a wide variety of fruits throughout its range. Fruit Flies of Economic Significance. The first "Olympic" sterile insects reared in a high-tech factory in South Australia have been released into the wild to help combat Queensland fruit flies. Adults occur throughout the year in 4-5 overlapping generations and overwinter as adults; up to 70 individuals have been recorded as developing from a single infested fruit (Christenson and Foote, 1960). Australian Journal of Zoology, 35(3):283-288, Drew RAI, 1989. The distribution of Qfly has remained largely unchanged for the last half‐century, with established populations along the eastern States and the Northern Territory. 31). The fruit fly is reported to be a primary host of capsicum in Nigeria and of tomato in Australia. [2] Commercial fruit production has increased in Australia, leading to an increased geographical area in which B. tyroni can reside, extending as far inland as central Queensland and New South Wales. B. tryoni could be confused with B. aquilonis (May), a species known only from northern Western Australia and the Northern Territory. These species have established following introduction in Australia. Adults of frugivorous Tephritidae lay their eggs beneath the skin of sound ripening fruit; the larvae feed within the fruit and cause direct damage and induce decay and premature fruit drop (Allwood and Leblanc, 1997). It is also adventive in French Polynesia (Austral and Society Islands) and New Caledonia and has twice been adventive in Easter Island, but eradicated (Bateman, 1982). Seasonal abundance, distribution, hosts and taxonomic placement of Dipterophagus daci Drew & Allwood (Strepsiptera: Dipterophagidae). The peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata, is native to South and South-east Asia, where it attacks a wide variety of soft fruits, e.g. Incipient founder populations of Mediterranean and Queensland fruit flies in Australia: the relation of trap catch to infestation radius and models for quarantine radius. Posterior spiracles: placed just above midline; each spiracular slit about 3 times as long as broad. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier, 303-313, White IM, Elson-Harris MM, 1994. Plant Protection Bulletin, FAO, 21(5):114, Bayer RJ, Mabberley DJ, Morton C, Miller CH, Sharma IK, Pfeil BE, Rich S, Hitchcock R, Sykes S, 2009. by Perez-Staples, D., Diaz-Fleischer, F., Montoya, P., Vera, M. T.]. Notopleuron with anterior seta. Notopleuron yellow. [25] Development of a genetically engineered B. tyroni strain that is compatible with gene transfer was successful; however, scientists have yet to develop a sterile strain that can be released into the wild. Losses caused by fruit flies (Diptera : Tephritidae) in seven Pacific Island countries. Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Department of Primary Industries, 115-128, Bateman MA, Friend AH, Hampshire F, 1966. There are differences among fruit fly species and further studies are required to determine dispersal distances for individual species. Horticultural mineral oil (HMO) is strongly repellent to female B. tryoni and can be used successfully to protect fruit in small crops, including home gardens (Nguyen et al., 2007; Meats et al., 2012).Male Suppression/Annihilation Techniques and SIT. One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Paris, France: European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization. Scutum with anterior supra-alar setae and prescutellar acrostichal setae. [2] These are called sibling species. Wallingford, UK: CAB International. One study predicted that farm damage due to Queensland fruit flies will increase by $3.1, $4.7, and $12.0 million with temperature increases of 0.5, 1 and 2 °C, respectively. [2] However, other Bactrocera species have been identified as means of enhancing male competitiveness, or to afford protection from predation.[15]. Of Peaches and Maggots, The Story of Queensland Fruit Fly. malathion) mixed with a proteinaceous bait (usually termed ‘protein’)., IPPC, 2015a. Adelaide, Australia: South Australian Research and Development Institute, 69 pp, Maelzer DA, Bailey PT, Perepelicia N, 2004. Commercial varieties affected include abiu, apple, avocado, babaco, capsicum, carambola, casimiroa, cherry, citrus, custard apple, granadilla, grape, guava, kiwifruit, mango, nectarine, papaya, passionfruit, peach, pear, persimmon, plum, … However, as far as fruit flies are concerned an unequivocal answer to the question - whether there is an impact of a pest species on other species in a district - should be assessed only by experiment or by incubating field-sampled fruit individually in order to rear out and identify surviving adult insects (see for example Gibbs, 1967; Fitt, 1986). ACT Threatened Species Birds To Look Out For Nasty Weeds, Please Report. Cells bc and c coloured. Cell br (narrowed part) with extensive covering of microtrichia. ACIAR Proceedings, 76:54-56, Quimio GM, Walter GH, 2001. Surstylus (male) without a long posterior lobe. For example, for the case of cross wm-3 chromosome 2, a computer program was written to test each of the 2,520 (= 7!/2) possible orders of markers. Area-wide management of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in the Central Burnett district of Queensland, Australia. B. tyroni have evolved to disperse widely, which was greatly influenced their ability to cause damage to farms. (Diptera: Tephritidae). B. tryoni is the most serious insect pest of fruit and vegetable crops in Australia, and it infests all commercial fruit crops, other than pineapple (Drew, 1982). [19] The prediction is also complicated by the uncertainty of how the relative humidity will change in regions across Australia as temperature increases, and B. tyroni survival is heavily dependent upon a humid climate. B. tyroni have been found to infect almost all commercial fruit crops as hosts, including abiu, apple, avocado, babaco, capsicum, carambola, casimiroa, cherry, citrus, custard apple, granadilla, grape, guava, kiwifruit, mango, nectarine, papaya, passionfruit, peach, pear, persimmon, plum, pomegranate, prune, quince, loquat, santol, spodilla, tamarillo, tomato, and wax jambu, with the exception of pineapples. Anterior spiracles: 9-12 tubules. Maintaining Qfly Area Freedom provides WA growers access to export markets, such as avocados to Japan and strawberries to Thailand, and allows for continued enjoyment of home … Damage levels can be anything up to 100% of unprotected fruit. Ecology; life history strategies of tephritid fruit flies, In: Robinson AS, Hooper G, eds. Fruit Flies; their Biology, Natural Enemies and Control. ", "Economic Fruit Flies of the South Pacific Region: R. A. I. (2000). While fruit and vegetables may look fine from the outside, they may be rotten or have eggs or maggots hidden inside. Thorax: Predominant colour of scutum red-brown. Frons - 2 pairs frontal setae; 1 pair orbital setae. The Queensland fruit fly (Bactrocera tryoni) is a species of fly in the family Tephritidae in the insect order Diptera. It is a member of subgenus Bactrocera and can therefore sometimes be cited as Bactrocera (Bactrocera) tryoni. A8 with well defined intermediate areas and large sensilla. Fruit fly research and development in tropical Asia. In: Economic Fruit Flies of the South Pacific Region, [ed. ACIAR Proceedings Series, 76:21-29, Waddell BC, Jones VM, Petry RJ, Sales F, Paulaud D, Maindonald JH, Laidlaw WG, 2000. Scutellum without basal setae. Head: Stomal sensory organs large, rounded, each with 3 sensilla and surrounded by 6 large unserrated preoral lobes; oral ridges with 9-12 rows of deeply serrated, bluntly rounded teeth; 8-12 small, serrated accessory plates; mouthhooks large, heavily sclerotised, without preapical teeth. Australian Journal of Entomology, 50(4):445-452., Sutherst RW, Collyer BS, Yonow T, 2000. Aculeus apex pointed.Egg B. tyroni prefer to select fruits that have an outer layer that is able to be punctured or has already been lesioned. [2] At low densities of B. tyroni, lure and kill tactics are most effective as a mechanism to monitor the frequency of B. tyroni; at high densities, they effectively combat the pest via population reduction. Thermal conditioning in Bactrocera tryoni eggs (Diptera: Tephritidae) following hot-water immersion. [19] This behavior, combined with global warming, indicates that damage due to these insects will continue to increase as the temperatures continue to rise. Tergite 4 dark laterally. Fruit punctures are holes in the skin of the fruit that allow the females to access the nutrient rich interior. Allwood A J, Drew R A I, 1996. Cook Islands. Australia is free from many species … Despite this pressure, the pest has historically been absent from the Yarra Valley region, allowing fruit and vegetable production to thrive without intervention from expensive and intensive QFF management techniques. 2020-12-24 Queensland fruit fly outbreak declared in Renmark West 2020-12-23 "Not even Christmas can save the mood over here" 2020-12-23 Expansion of UK migration scheme to support 2021 harvest For further information on trapping Bactrocera species to monitor movement, see Weldon et al. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 51(4):467-480, Swingle WT, Reece PT, 1967. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 48(9):1237-1245., Meats AW, Clift AD, Robson MK, 2003. 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