Bactrocera tsuneonis

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Bactrocera tsuneonis (Miyake, 1919) - (Japanese orange fly)

This fruit fly is found in eastern Asia (Japan and parts of China) where it is an important pest of citrus. During outbreaks, around 50% of the citrus fruits may be infested. The adults have a wingspan of around 10 mm and there is usually one generation per year.

Vernacular names
• Deutsch: japanische Citrusfruchtfliege
• English: Japanese orange fly
• Español: mosca japonesa de la naranja
• Français: mouche du citronnier