The presence of the four exotic drosophilids Chymomyza amoena (Loew),Drosophila suzukii (Matsumura), Zaprionus indianus (Gupta) and Zaprionus tuberculatus Mallochhas been investigated in different orchardsin Northern Italy for two consecutive years. The presence and the abundance of the population of the drosophilid flies were surveyed with apple cider vinegar traps, fruit baited traps, and fruit collection. Chymomyzaamoena, Z. tuberculatusand D. suzukiihave been identified in the ACV traps in both years. Only D. suzukiiand Z. tuberculatusemergedfrom fruit baited traps. Except forD. suzukii,no other exotic drosofilid wascaptured from the fruit collection.Z. indianuswas never observed.Analyses of the presence of the different species, seasonal occurrenceand sex ratio are provided.

Can exotic drosophilids share the same niche of the invasive Drosophila suzukii? / N. Amiresmaeili, C. Jucker, S. Savoldelli, D. Lupi. - In: JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGICAL AND ACAROLOGICAL RESEARCH. - ISSN 2038-324X. - 51:1(2019 Mar), pp. 7861.1-7861.15. [10.4081/jear.2019.7861]

Can exotic drosophilids share the same niche of the invasive Drosophila suzukii?

N. Amiresmaeili
Primo
;
C. Jucker
Secondo
;
S. Savoldelli
Penultimo
;
D. Lupi
Ultimo
2019

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The presence of the four exotic drosophilids Chymomyza amoena (Loew),Drosophila suzukii (Matsumura), Zaprionus indianus (Gupta) and Zaprionus tuberculatus Mallochhas been investigated in different orchardsin Northern Italy for two consecutive years. The presence and the abundance of the population of the drosophilid flies were surveyed with apple cider vinegar traps, fruit baited traps, and fruit collection. Chymomyzaamoena, Z. tuberculatusand D. suzukiihave been identified in the ACV traps in both years. Only D. suzukiiand Z. tuberculatusemergedfrom fruit baited traps. Except forD. suzukii,no other exotic drosofilid wascaptured from the fruit collection.Z. indianuswas never observed.Analyses of the presence of the different species, seasonal occurrenceand sex ratio are provided.
biological invasion; spotted wing drosophila; Zaprionus indianus; Zaprionus tuberculatus; Chymomyza amoena
Settore AGR/11 - Entomologia Generale e Applicata
mar-2019
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