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Drosophila suzukii(DROSSU)

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Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Characteristic morphological differences between Drosophila suzukii and D. simulans.

Courtesy: Dr Martin Hauser, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento (US).

Drosophila suzukii male.

Courtesy: Dr John Davis, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento (US).

Drosophila suzukii head.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii: secondary damage by fungal rot.

Courtesy: Dr Martin Hauser, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento (US).

Drosophila suzukii female ovipositor.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii female ovipositor.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry causing fruit drop.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii: oviposition scars on a cherry.

Courtesy: Dr Martin Hauser, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento (US).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii: oviposition scar on a cherry.

Courtesy: Dr Martin Hauser, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento (US).

Drosophila suzukii male.

Courtesy: Dr Martin Hauser, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento (US).

Drosophila suzukii male wing.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii female.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii male leg.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii female.

Courtesy: Dr Martin Hauser, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento (US).

Drosophila suzukii: oviposition scars and secondary damage by sap beetles (Nitidulidae).

Courtesy: Dr Martin Hauser, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento (US).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii female.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Pupa of Drosophila suzukii.

Courtesy: Dr Martin Hauser, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento (US).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii (male). Please note that because of the angle at which the specimen was photographed, wings appear oval but in reality they are elongate.

Courtesy: Dr Gary Steck, Florida Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry, Gainesville (US).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii on blueberry.

Courtesy: Matteo Maspero and Andrea Tantardini, Centro MiRT - Fondazione Minoprio (IT).

Drosophila suzukii (female).

Courtesy: Dr Gary Steck, Florida Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry, Gainesville (US).

Adult on a cherry

Courtesy: Manuel González Núñez, INIA (Spain)

Adult on a cherry

Courtesy: Manuel González Núñez, INIA (Spain)

Third instar larva

Courtesy: G. Seljak, Agricultural and Forestry Chamber of Slovenia

Pupae

Courtesy: G. Seljak, Agricultural and Forestry Chamber of Slovenia

Adult male

Adult male

Basic chaetotaxy of head and notum (acr s - acrostichal setae (8 rows), dc s - dorsocentral setae, oc s - ocellar setae, orb s - orbital setae, poc s - postocellar setae, pprn s - postpronotal setae)

Adult female

Right wing of a male with indicated veins

Abdominal tergits with transversal medially not interrupted dark bands (arrows)

Head (frontal view)

For comparison: D. immigrans - abdominal tergits with transversal medially interrupted (arrows) dark bands on segments 2-5

Sex combs on first and second tarsomere of male's forelegs

For comparison: D. melanogaster - a sex comb on first tarsomere of male's forelegs

Genital segment of a male (flattened view): ap - anal plate, ep - epandrium, pt - primary teeth, ss - surstylus, st - secondary teeth

Female with strongly sclerotized saw-like ovipositor

Female ovipositor with strong black teeth

For comparison: D. immigrans - ovipositor moderately sclerotized

Eggs

For comparison: D. melanogaster - soft ovipositor with weak teeth; spermatheca (arrow)