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Increased susceptibility of laboratory reared vs. wild caribbean fruit fly anastrepha suspensa diptera tephritidae larvae to toxic citrus allelochemics



Increased susceptibility of laboratory reared vs. wild caribbean fruit fly anastrepha suspensa diptera tephritidae larvae to toxic citrus allelochemics



Environmental Entomology 12(5): 1606-1608



Selected citrus peel oils and oil constituents were tested for toxicity to eggs and larvae of laboratory-reared and wild A. suspensa (Loew). The responses of both laboratory-reared and wild fly eggs to these agents were usually similar. Laboratory-reared larvae were more susceptible than wild larvae to all test agents. Possible explanations for the observed difference in larval susceptibility are presented.

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