EPPO Global Database

Anastrepha obliqua(ANSTOB)

Distribution details in Guatemala

Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2007: Present, widespread
From CABI Pest map 090 (2011): Present, widespread
EPPO Reporting Service (96/066): caught during trapping studies in Guatemala.
* Eskafi, F. M. (1988) Environmental Entomology 17 (1), 52-58.

* Eskafi, F. M. (1988) Environmental Entomology 17 (1), 52-58.

* Heath, R.; Epsky, N.D.; Guzman, A.; Dueben, B.D.; Manukian, A.; Meyer, W.L. (1995) Development of a dry plastic insect trap with food-based synthetic attractant for the Mediterranean and Mexican fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae). Journal of Economic Entomology, 88(5), 1307-1315.

* Martinez, A. J.; Salinas, E. J.; Rendon, P. (2007) Florida Entomologist 90 (1), 258-263.

* Weems, H. V. Jr.; Heppner, J. B.; Steck, G. J.; Fasulo, T. R. (2001) Featured Creatures: West Indian fruit fly. EENY-198. University of Florida and DPI, Florida, USA. http://entomology.ifas.ufl.edu/creatures/fruit/tropical/west indian fruit f ly. htm.
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
Belize Present, no details view...
El Salvador Present, no details view...
Honduras Present, widespread view...
Mexico Present, restricted distribution view...