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First record of alien species Chymomyza amoena [Diptera: Drosophilidae] in Croatia

Ivana Pajač Živković orcid id ; Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zagreb
Božena Barić orcid id ; Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zagreb
Milorad Šubić ; Croatian Agricultural Advisory Service, Čakovec
Gabrijel Seljak ; Agricultural and Forestry Institute Nova Gorica, Slovenia
Aleksandar Mešić orcid id ; Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zagreb

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 223 Kb

str. 489-492

preuzimanja: 280



The alien species Chymomyza amoena (Loew 1862) is recorded in Croatia for the first time. This phytophagous drosophilid native to North America was first discovered in Europe in 1975 in the former Czechoslovakia. C. amoena breeds in parasitized fruits and nuts damaged from primary pest attack. It is considered to be the principal drosophilid with this kind of developmental habits in both North America and Europe. The currently known host plants, species morphology and biology, the location of the first finding and possible ways of expanding in the territory of Croatia are briefly reviewed. This work provides new insights into distribution of C. amoena in Europe.

Ključne riječi

Diptera, Drosophilidae, invasive species, host plants, dispersal prognosis

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Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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