EPPO Global Database

Bactrocera tryoni(DACUTR)

Distribution details in Australia (New South Wales)

Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2017: Present, restricted distribution
From CABI Pest map 110 (1999): Present, restricted distribution
* Bateman MA, Sonleitner FJ (1967) The ecology of a natural population of the Queensland fruit fly, Dacus tryoni. I. The parameters of the pupal and adult populations during a single season. Australian Journal of Zoology 15, 303-335.
------- Low numbers survive the winter temperatures in Sydney.

* Dominiak BC, R Mapson (2017) Revised distribution of Bactrocera tryoni in Eastern Australia and effect on possible incursions of Mediterranean fruit fly: development of Australia's Eastern trading block. Journal of Economic Entomology 110(6), 2459–2465.

* Drew RAI (1982) In: Economic fruit flies of the South Pacific region. 2nd edition (Ed. by Drew, R.A.I; Hooper, G.H.S.; Bateman, M.A.), 1-97. Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane, Australia.
------- Eastern areas; map included.

* Drew RAI (1989) The tropical fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae: Dacinae) of the Australasian and Oceanian Regions. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 26, 115-116.
------- Coastal area.

* Fay HAC, Meats A (1987) The sterile insect release method and the importance of thermal conditioning before release - Field-cage experiments with Dacus tryoni in spring weather. Australian Journal of Zoology 35(2), 197-204.

* Fletcher BS (1974) The ecology of a natural population of the Queensland fruit fly, Dacus tryoni. Vi. Seasonal changes in fruit fly numbers in the areas surrounding the orchard. Australian Journal of Zoology 22, 353-363.
------- Low numbers overwintering.

* Gellatley JG, Turpin JW (1987) Queensland fruit fly. Agfacts No. AE.50, 7 pp.

* Osborne R, Meats A, Frommer M, Sved JA, Drew RAI, Robson MK (1997) Australian distribution of 17 species of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) caught in cue lure traps in February 1994. Australian Journal of Entomology 36(1), 45-50.
------- Coastal area.