2005
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-566x2005000600003
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Moscas-das-frutas (Diptera: Tephritidae) no Semi-Árido do Rio Grande do Norte: plantas hospedeiras e índices de infestação

Abstract: -Fruit flies were collected in traps and also reared from fruits in the semi-arid of the State

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“…Acerola is well-accepted for oviposition, as reported in studies showing its high infestation by C. capitata (Albuquerque et al 2002;Araujo et al 2005;Souza et al 2008). However, unexpectedly, acerola emergence percentage was lower than in other fruits preferred for oviposition.…”
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“…Acerola is well-accepted for oviposition, as reported in studies showing its high infestation by C. capitata (Albuquerque et al 2002;Araujo et al 2005;Souza et al 2008). However, unexpectedly, acerola emergence percentage was lower than in other fruits preferred for oviposition.…”
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confidence: 93%
“…These fruits were rarely accepted for oviposition, indicating the possible occurrence of an association between preference and performance among these flies. Recent field data showed that umbu infestation by C. capitata was recorded for the first time in 1999-2000 in Rio Grande do Norte state (Brazil), at a low rate (0.04 pupae/Kg of fruit) (Araujo et al 2005). Yellow mombin was reported as host for C. capitata by ), according Zucchi (2001.…”
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“…Na região Norte, Anastrepha striata Schiner é a mais comum (PEREIRA et al, 2010). Nas regiões semiáridas de Minas Gerais (sudeste) e interior do Nordeste, Anastrepha zenildae Zucchi é a espécie predominante (ARAUJO et al, 2005;ALVAREN-GA et al, 2009). No litoral da região Nordeste, A. fraterculus é mais comum .…”
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