2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-69842013000400026 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The guava fruit (Psidium guajava) is among the most strongly affected by fruit flies in Brazil. In the Brazilian Amazon, 11 species of Anastrepha have been reported in guava orchards to date. This work aimed to identify the species of Anastrepha present in a guava orchard in the municipality of Boa Vista, determine the species infesting the fruits, and identify any parasitoids present. Two McPhail traps with food bait were installed and weekly collections were made between January and December 2008. Fruits wer… Show more

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“…Pupae were placed in Petri dishes with filter paper and moist with distilled water until fly emergency. Two days after emergency, flies were registered and stored in ethanol 70% to identification (Nascimento et al, 2000;Zucchi, 2000b;Marsaro Júnior et al, 2013).…”
Section: Monitoring Environmental Condition and Anastrepha Sp Populamentioning
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“…Pupae were placed in Petri dishes with filter paper and moist with distilled water until fly emergency. Two days after emergency, flies were registered and stored in ethanol 70% to identification (Nascimento et al, 2000;Zucchi, 2000b;Marsaro Júnior et al, 2013).…”
Section: Monitoring Environmental Condition and Anastrepha Sp Populamentioning
“…Das 24 espécies de Anastrepha registradas em diversos hospedeiros em todo o Estado de Roraima (Marsaro Júnior et al, 2011;Adaime et al, 2012;Marsaro Júnior et al, 2013), 15 foram identificados neste trabalho em associação com a cultura da goiaba no município de Boa Vista: A. atrigona, A. bahiensis, A. distincta, A. ethalea, A. fraterculus, A. leptozona, A. obliqua, A. serpentina, A. sororcula, A. striata, A. parishi, A. turpinae, A. zenildae, Anastrepha sp1 e A. sp2. Segundo Norrbom et al (1999), essas espécies estão inseridas em 7 grupos infragenéricos (Tabela 1).…”
Section: Espécies De Anastrepha Coletadas Em Armadilhas Mcphailunclassified
“…Esses resultados podem estar ligados às características climáticas e fitofisionômicas da região desfavoráveis à proliferação dessas espécies. Alguns outros pesquisadores, em trabalhos realizados em regiões de clima ou vegetação semelhantes aos deste estudo, inclusive em Roraima, também observaram baixa incidência dessas espécies na cultura da goiaba Marsaro Júnior et al, 2013). Silva et al (2010) afirmam que a variação de diversidade e dominância de Anastrepha spp.…”
Section: Espécies De Anastrepha Coletadas Nos Frutosunclassified
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“…A goiaba é infestada por 12 espécies pertencentes a esse gênero (ZUCCHI, 2007), com destaque para a A. fraterculus e A. strita, espécies mais comumente encontradas no território brasileiro. Entretanto, na região Norte, a A. striata é a que se apresenta como a mais abundante a infestar a referida cultura (SELIVON, 2000;JESUS-BARROS et al, 2012;MASSARO JÚNIOR et al, 2013).…”
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