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PRESENCE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY(Ceratitis capitata Wied.) IN SELECTED OLIVE ORCHARDS OF CENTRAL DALMATIA

M. Bjeliš


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Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann) is a regular pest of large number of cultivated and wild host plants in Dalmatia. However, this pest does not develop either inside fruits of cultivated olive - Olea europaea sativa or wild olive „ mastrinka“ - Olea europaea oleaster. The main objective of this research was to prove regular presence, time of appearance and flight duration of the Mediterranean fruit fly inside selected orchards of central Dalmatia. During the four years of research, from 2001 to 2004 by using of traps and parapheromone trimedlure, the regular presence of the Mediterranean fruit fly was proved inside four selected orchards on the area of cities of Split and Kaštela, with differences in adult caught between localities and years. During the 2001 year, on the three locations in the area of city of Kaštela, the highest capture during the total research period was recorded, while on the locations in Split, the highest capture was recorded during 2003 year, but also significant during 2001 year. The lowest number of adult, less than 5 flies/trap was captured on all four locations during 2002 year.

Ključne riječi

Ceratitis capitata, Mediterranean fruit fly, olive, Olea europaea, population dynamic

Hrčak ID:

19117

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/19117

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