Publications for:

pest = Bactrocera neohumeralis
country = Australia (NT+QLD)

found 16 publications:

Host–endoparasitoid–endosymbiont relationships: concealed Strepsiptera provide new twist to Wolbachia in Australian tephritid fruit flies
Environmental Microbiology (2021) 23 (9), 5587-5604
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Separating two tightly linked species-defining phenotypes in Bactrocera with hybrid recombinant analysis
BMC Genetics (2020) 21 (S2 - 132)
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Comparative trap catches of male Bactrocera, Dacus, and Zeugodacus fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) with four floral phenylbutanoid lures (anisyl acetone, cue-lure, raspberry ketone, and zingerone) in Queensland, Australia
Environmental Entomology (2020) 49 (4), 815-822
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Impacts of climate change on high priority fruit fly species in Australia
PLoS ONE (2020) 15 (2 - e0213820)
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The mating system of the true fruit fly Bactrocera tryoni and its sister species, Bactrocera neohumeralis
Insect Science (2017) 24 (3), 478-490
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Cooled propylene glycol as a pragmatic choice for preservation of DNA from remote field-collected Diptera for next-generation sequence analysis
Journal of Economic Entomology (2016) 109 (3), 1469-1473
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Responses of fruit flies (Tephritidae: Dacinae) to novel male attractants in north Queensland, Australia, and improved lures for some pest species
Austral Entomology (2015) 54 (4), 411-426
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A highly effective and selective male lure for Bactrocera jarvisi (Tryon) (Diptera: Tephritidae)
Australian Journal of Entomology (2012) 51 (3), 189-197
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New distribution and lure records of Dacinae (Diptera: Tephritidae) from Queensland, Australia, and description of a new species of Dacus Fabricius
Australian Journal of Entomology (2012) 51 (4), 239-247
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Attributes pertinent to overwintering potential do not explain why Bactrocera neohumeralis (Hardy) (Diptera: Tephritidae) does not spread further south within the geographical range of B. tryoni (Froggatt)
Australian Journal of Entomology (2006) 45 (1), 20-25
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Natural incidence of fruit flies with character states intermediate to those of the sibling species Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) and B. neohumeralis (Hardy) (Diptera: Tephritidae)
Australian Journal of Entomology (2004) 43 (1), 23-27
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Discrimination among pest species of Bactrocera (Diptera: Tephritidae) based on PCR-RFLP of the mitochondrial DNA
Applied Entomology and Zoology (2002) 37 (3), 437-446
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Impact of habitat modification on the distribution and abundance of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Southeast Queensland
Population Ecology (2000) 42 (2), 153-160
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Australian distribution of 17 species of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) caught in cue lure traps in February 1994
Australian Journal of Entomology (1997) 36 (1), 45-50
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Reproductive isolation between two closely related species of the Queensland fruit fly Dacus tryoni (Frogg) and D. neohumeralis Hardy (Diptera : Tephritidae) I. Variation in humeral callus pattern and the occurrence of intermediate colour forms in the wild
Australian Journal of Zoology (1967) 15 (3), 501-513
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The comparative ecology of two closely related, sympatric species of Dacus (Diptera) in Queensland
Australian Journal of Zoology (1967) 15 (6), 1123-1139
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