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Bactrocera curvipennis (Froggatt, 1909)
This polyphagous fruit fly is endemic to New Caledonia. It infests fruits like soursop, mango or guava and is of quarantine concern in other countries. To some extent, it has been replaced by the Australian Bactrocera tryoni which invaded New Caledonia around 1970 (Leblanc et al., 2013).