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Taxonomy and Biology of Economically Important Fruit Flies of India

@inproceedings{Kapoor2005TaxonomyAB,
  title={Taxonomy and Biology of Economically Important Fruit Flies of India},
  author={V. Kapoor},
  year={2005}
}
The major fruit fly pests in India belong to the genus Bactrocera: B. cucurbitae (Coquillett), B. dorsalis (Hendel) and B. zonata (Saunders). Other species of Bactrocera, such as B. correcta (Bezzi), B. diversa (Coquillett) and B. latifrons (Hendel), although moderate pests, are localized in their distribution. B. correcta is occasionally reported to dominate B. zonata and B. dorsalis on mango. To date, five or six species of the B. dorsalis complex have been recorded in India, and at least 10… Expand
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