Mango: Opportunities and Challenges in the 21st Century. Fruit flies harmful to mango in Haiti: host plant range and population fluctuations

Objectives of the study of the bioecology of tephritid fruit flies harmful to mango in Haiti: To determine the host plant range of two species of Anastrepha (A. obliqua and A. suspensa) and their phenology; To assess the relative abundance of both fly species on the main host fruits; To determine the population fluctuations of both species and factors, biotic and abiotic, that influence them; To identify essential floral or extra-floral resources for fruit flies and their natural enemies provided by wild and cultivated plants inside and around mango plantations.

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