Fresh agricultural produce being transported into each country is meticulously monitored and quarantined in order to isolate and eliminate the accidental introduction of these flies. Anepisternal stripe not extended forward. Kuala Lumpur, 1988. In tropical environments, Oriental fruit flies breed throughout the year. Wing costal band width from vein subcostal to slightly below vein R4+5 at wing apex; confluent with vein R2+3 in depth. Efficient Management of Fruit Pests by Pheromone Nanogels. Image credit: Florida Department of Agriculture and Customer Services, Fortunately, populations of the Oriental fruit fly are manageable and can be eradicated, albeit a huge financial cost incurred. The hAT-family transposable element, hopper, from Bactrocera dorsalis is a functional vector for insect germline transformation Alfred M. Handler1* and Marc F. Schetelig2 Abstract Background: The hopper hAT-family transposable element isolated from the Oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis,is Video credits: YouTube, In the soil, they form tan to dark brown puparium. Name: Bactrocera dorsalis complex Synonyms: None Taxonomic position: Insecta, Diptera, Tephritidae, Dacinae, Bactrocera The species included in the Bactrocera dorsalis complex are in the subgenus Bactrocera (Bactrocera). Scientific Name: Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel, 1912)Originally described by Hendel in 1912 as Dacus dorsalis, the Oriental fruit fly has since been redescribed, reclassified and renamed multiple times by numerous authors internationally. Larvae (commonly known as maggots) develop within the fruit10 . Bhagat, D., Samanta, S. K. & Bhattacharya, S., 2013. 11- 29. As a result of the confusion over the unreliable discrimination between, significant problems with African horticulture and food security emerged, especially with regards to quarantine and pest management policies, Fortunately, in 2009, a major international collaboration was established by the, esolved the problem by using multidisciplinary evidence (mo, rphological, molecular, cytogenetic, behavioural and chemoecological data), The classification below reflects above species-level rankings (from Kingdom to Species) for, Figure 21: Taxonomic hierarchy of B. dorsalis (Hendel, 1912). The expression data were confirmed by qPCR and enzyme secretion to midgut lumen by a proteomic approach. From a physical perspective, cutting involves creation of new free surfaces. Damage caused by the fruit fly result from 1) oviposition in fruit and soft tissues of vegetative parts of certain plants, 2) feeding by the larvae, and 3) decomposition of plant tissue by invading secondary microorganisms 21 URL: “Oriental fruit fly complex – Fact sheet,” by Plant Health Australia. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ibmb.2020.103475. The USDA has recorded its' occurence on 478 kinds of fruit and vegetables as of 2016 18 Figure 9: (a) Photograph of an adult B. dorsalis fruit fly; (b) infection of the fruit guava by B. dorsalis; (c, d) eggs of B. dorsalis laid below the skin of the host fruit and the attacked fruit shows the signs of the ovipositional damage in the form of minute depressions; (e) the affected fruits soften at the site of infestation which then rot and drop down prematurely and (f) the maggots feed on the pulp of the fruits. Proceedings First International Symposium on Fruit flies in the Tropics (eds. Since then, most countries within sub-Saharan Africa have faced, Figure 13: African distribution of Bactrocera dorsalis.Key: Black- Present, no further details; Blue- Widespread; Red- Localised; Image credit: Image credit: Copyright © 2016 Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI), was accidentally introduced in the United States between 1944 to 1945 and is now present and a major threat on all major Hawaiian islands, Figure 14: Pacific Islands distribution of Bactrocera dorsalis.Key: Black- Present, no further details; Blue- Widespread; Image credit: Copyright © 2016 Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI), has also been reported in Queensland, Australia, The adult, which is noticeably larger than a house fly, has a body length of about 7.0-8.0 mm; the wing is about 7.3 mm in length. The original 3120 bp hopperBd-Kah element isolated from the Kahuku wild-type strain was highly degenerate and appeared to have a mutated transposase and terminal sequences, while a second … “Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel),“ by Ronald F.L. Image: Malcolm Storey © Copyright, Information: Plant Health Australia8 In 1985, all Japanese territories were declared free of the Oriental fruit fly after an 18-year program of eradication combining insecticide-impregnated fiberblocks or cotton containing the powerful male attractant methyl-eugenol, and the sterile insect (sterile male) technique. The larval tunnels subsequently provide entry points for bacteria and fungi that cause the fruit to rot further. In tropical environments, Oriental fruit flies breed throughout the year. Figure 2: Comparison table showing differences between the Common fruit fly and Oriental fruit fly. CARS-26) and the Foundation Project of Southwest University (Grant No. Image credit: Bhagat et al. In certain fruit types, maggot infestation results in tissue breakdown and internal rotting associated with maggot infestation, but this varies with the type of fruit attacked. Photo credit: Verner Michelsen, Originally described by Hendel in 1912 as, , the Oriental fruit fly has since been redescribed, reclassified and renamed multiple times by numerous authors internationally. Key: Black- Present, no further details; Blue- Widespread; Yellow- Occasional or few reports; Image credit: Image credit: Copyright © 2016 Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI)30. although the specimen is nearly entirely destroyed, the taxonomically informative ‘red-brown’ colour of the thorax is still evident (See Fig.19) 38 17 Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) was subsequently declared a senior synonym and a more comprehensive re-description was published to include intra-specific colour variations. EENY-083 Oriental Fruit Fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) (Insecta: Diptera: Tephritidae) 1 H. V. Weems, J. Lectotype ♀ in The Natural History Museum, London, U.K. Shiraki, 1933; Hardy & Adachi, 1956; Hardy, 1969, Hardy & Adachi, 1956; Hardy, 1969; 1973; 1974, Drew & Hancock, 1994; Norrbom et al., 1998; Mahmood & Hasan, 2005; White, 2006; Drew et al., 2007, Lectotype designation by Drew & Hancock, 1994, Holotype in HEIQ; synonymized by Drew & Romig, 2013: 76. Image credit: Florida Department of Agriculture and Customer Services 27. In Nilaparvata lugens, miR-2703 targets chitin synthase A to affect the development of nymphs by reducing their chitin content and injection or feeding of miR-2703 mimic causes a lethal phenotype (Chen et al., 2020). Image credit: 47. Read on to find out more about this notorious species! Steiner, L. F., 1957. Once hatched, fruit fly larvae able to tunnel deeply into the fruit flesh for feeding, spreading widely within infested fruit and making the whole fruit unpalatable. Although ripe fruit are preferred for oviposition, oviposition on immature fruits has also been observed. Version 2.1, A Product of the USDA Compendium of Fruit Fly Host Information (CoFFHI), a Farm Bill Project, “Alerta Verde: La Mosca Oriental de la Fruta,” by DaniSilva TV. Noncoding RNAs, such as long noncoding RNAs, small interfering RNAs, piwi-interacting RNAs, circular RNAs and microRNAs (miRNAs), play important regulatory roles in many physiological processes including development, cancer, immunity, apoptosis and host-microbe interactions. After comparison with B. dorsalis specimens from the purported native range of Sri Lanka, the Kenyan material was described as a new species, Bactrocera invadens 40 White, 2005 A new species of pest fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae: Dacinae) from Sri Lanka and Africa. For clarity only supports for backbone nodes are shown; in cases where actual nodal support is absent, posterior probability support values are >0.5 except for those marked with an asterisk (>0.95). Recent advancement in the technologies for studying the gene expression has accelerated the discovery of new players in the insect-baculovirus interactions. This page focuses solely on the Oriental fruit fly. 3, a subsection of the combined molecular phylogenetic tree for Diptera. Tomentum pattern without longitudinal gap in the middle of prescutum. In this review, I aim to highlight the recent information and understanding of the baculovirus-encoding miRNAs and their functions in regulating viral as well as host genes. MiRNAs are the emerging and fate-determining players of host-viral interactions. A laboratory stock of B. dorsalis was reared on an artificial diet and cultured in an incubator under standard conditions at a temperature of 27 ± 0.5 °C, a photoperiod regime of 14:10 h light:dark, and 75 ± 5% relative humidity. Read on to find out more about this notorious species! Wing costal band width from vein subcostal to slightly below vein R4+5 at wing apex; confluent with vein R2+3 in depth. There are two major CPs: cathepsin L (CAL), which is an endopeptidase and cathepsin B (CAB) that is both an exopeptidase and a minor endopeptidase. By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. Throughout her lifetime (typically 1-3 months), a female fly is able to typically lay between 1,200 to 1,500 eggs (under field conditions) and over 3,000 eggs (under optimum conditions) 10 Drew, R.A.I., K. Tsuruta & I.M. The holotype of Dacus ferrugineus Fabricius is currently located in the Natural History Museum of Denmark. through the import of infected fruits from native regions in Asia. Figure 9: (a) Photograph of an adult B. dorsalis fruit fly; (b) infection of the fruit guava by B. dorsalis; (c, d) eggs of B. dorsalis laid below the skin of the host fruit and the attacked fruit shows the signs of the ovipositional damage in the form of minute depressions; (e) the affected fruits soften at the site of infestation which then rot and drop down prematurely and (f) the maggots feed on the pulp of the fruits. Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is amongst the most serious pests of cultivated fruits across Asia and Africa owing to its high adaptation, polyphagy, fecundity and the extent to which it causes yield and revenue losses [1]. of Bactrocera dorsalis. White to yellow-brown. The genus includes approximately 500 species. The resultant tree obtained using Bayesian and ML analysis showed the non-monophyly of, and supports the more recent synonymisation of the three species as a single species under, (Box 6 in Fig. A few of the important pest species include: Asian fruit fly, Bactrocera invadens Carambola fly, Bactrocera carambolae Chinese citrus fruit fly, Bactrocera minax guava fruit fly,Bactrocera correcta Malaysian fruit fly,Bactrocera latifrons melon fruit fly, Bactrocera cucurbitae olive fruit fly, Bactrocera oleae oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis peach frui… B. dorsalis s.s. (purple), B. papayae (dark blue), B. philippinensis (light blue) and B. carambolae (green)]. . although the specimen is nearly entirely destroyed, the taxonomically informative ‘red-brown’ colour of the thorax is still evident (See Fig.19), Figure 19: Holotype of Dacus ferrugineus Fabricius located in the Natural History Museum of Denmark. Specimens used were morphoogically sorted into the "ingroups" B. dorsalis, B. papayae, B. philippinensis and B. carambolae. Figure 11: Worldwide distribution of Bactrocera dorsalis. . Bactrocera dorsalis is a member of the Oriental fruit fly (B. dorsalis) species complex.This species complex forms a group within the subgenus Bactrocera and the name may therefore be cited as Bactrocera (Bactrocera) dorsalis.B. These countries guard heavily against the introduction of the Oriental fruit fly through immigration in hopes of avoiding massive economic loss to agricultural farmers. Generally, the abdomen has two horizontal black stripes (b) and a longitudinal median stripe extending from the base of the third segment to the apex of the abdomen (c). To address this question, we review the morphology, mechanics, and adaptations in the cutting parts of various insects. Weems, J.B. Heppner, James L. Nation & Gary Steck. Young males often disperse over several kilometres before reaching sexual maturity and finding its mate! 30 h after the oviposition, the late stage egg (EL) samples were collected. In this study, we measured the profile of small RNAs over the developmental transitions of the oriental fruit fly Bactrocera dorsalis from egg hatching, molting, and pupation to adult eclosion. Headrick, D. H. & R. D. Goeden, 1998. Affected young fruit tend to become distorted, callused and usually drop prematurely whereas affected mature fruits develop a water soaked appearance. White, I. M. & M. M. Elson-Harris, 1992. Femora largely fulvous. How do insect probes negotiate the trade-off between cutting and steering through substrates of diverse stiffness? Photo credits: Florida Division of Plant Industry, The Tephritidae family comprises non-fruit feeding tephritids, which are rarely pestiferous, , and frugivorous tephritids, which contain several genera which are of major economic concern globally, . The tree is fairly stable with 8 out of 16 nodes within the Tephritidae tree being well supported (Bayesian posterior probabilities = 1.00 or ML bootstrap = 100 and 4 out of the remaining nodes having majority relatively high support (posterior probabilities ≥ 0.90 or ML bootstrap ≥ 70). Significance of fruit flies in fruit and vegetable production in the Asia-Pacific region. This work was supported by the National Nature Science Foundation of China (Grant Nos. Figure 22: Phylogenetic reconstruction based on sequence data for specimens for which all six loci were sequenced for Bactrocera spp. The Oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel, 1912), is a member of the Tephritidae (fruit flies) family. . Field Evaluation of Oriental Fruit Fly Insecticides in Hawaii. Molecular and morphological data from 149 of 157 dipteran families, including 30 kb from 14 nuclear loci and complete mitochondrial genomes as well as 371 morphological characters were used in this analysis45 White et al., 2003. The T-shape marking consists of a dark medial and transverse band along the fly's abdomen. In certain fruit types, maggot infestation results in tissue breakdown and internal rotting associated with maggot infestation, but this varies with the type of fruit attacked. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are endogenous small noncoding RNAs (18–25 nt) that are involved in many physiological processes including development, cancer, immunity, apoptosis and host-microbe interactions through post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression. (permission pending), “Jumping Tephritidae fruit fly maggots,” by, Daniel, C. & J.Grunder, 2012. First flagellomere shorter than ptilinal fissure, face with a black spot in each antennal furrow. Femora largely fulvous. Illumina HiSeq sequencing of small RNAs allowed the identification of conserved and novel miRNAs, as well as isomiRs. Miami Herald, 21 Sep 2015. Bactrocera dorsalis is native to tropical Asian countries such as Singapore, India, Malaysia and Bangladesh. This was in spite of the considerably similar morphology of Kenyan specimens to the, . Image adapted from Okinawa Prefectural Fruit Fly Eradication Project Office, First flagellomere shorter than ptilinal fissure, face with a black spot in each antennal furrow. Baculoviruses are the insect-specific viruses that cause severe infection and mortality mainly in insect larvae of the order Lepidoptera, Diptera, and Hymenoptera. Finally, injection of a miR-100/miR-285 mimic or antagomir in pupae resulted in a significant decrease in the eclosion rate and a significant increase in the prevalence of a partial eclosion phenotype, implying the involvement of miR-100 and miR-285 in the process of adult eclosion. The color of the fly is very variable, but there are prominant yellow and dark brown to black markings on the thorax (a). Scutum colour (other than vittae) red-brown to black. These markings may form a T-shaped pattern, but the pattern varies considerably. Image adapted from Okinawa Prefectural Fruit Fly Eradication Project Office, The third-instar, which has a typical maggot appearance, is about 7.5-10.0 mm long and 1.5-2.0 mm wide and creamy white coloured, . University of Florida, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Aug 2016. Episodic radiations in the fly tree of life. Image credit: ) (Hendel, 1912)”, by Florida Division of Plant Industry, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. species, such as Bactrocera zonata, Ceratitis quilicii and Ceratitis capitata. For a better understanding of baculoviruses, it is necessary to elucidate the molecular basis of insect-baculovirus interactions. B. Heppner, J. L. Nation, and G. J. Steck2 1. For clarity only supports for backbone nodes are shown; in cases where actual nodal support is absent, posterior probability support values are >0.5 except for those marked with an asterisk (>0.95). Several "outgroup species" were also used in this study, some being species within the, species complex (namely the Australian species, ) and some not being within the species complex (namely, ). . The first signs of an infestation are small discoloured patches on the skin fruit skin, which develop from the "sting" of the female fly during ovipositon. ) to study the phylogeny of several Bactrocera species. The resultant tree obtained using Bayesian and ML analysis showed the non-monophyly of B. dorsalis, B. papayae and B. philippinensis and supports the more recent synonymisation of the three species as a single species under B. dorsalis (Box 6 in Fig. The larval tunnels subsequently provide entry points for bacteria and fungi that cause the fruit to rot further. Fruit flies of economic significance: their identification and bionomics. Photo credit: Scott Bauer (permission pending) 13. Rhodnius prolixus is an obligatorily hematophagous insect known as an important vector of Chagas disease. The caudal segment is very smooth. Understanding these mechanisms will allow us to develop biomimetic tools, including agricultural and surgical tools, that can both cut and steer through diverse substrates. Masiga, S.A. Mohamed et al., 2012. Native to tropical Asian countries like Singapore, this species has since established populations in over 90 countries around the world, causing massive damage to over 400 types of fruit and other crops wherever they are found. Multi-gene phylogenetic analysis of south-east Asian pest members of the. In the present study, we further explored the possible roles of CPAP3 genes in B. dorsalis development. 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