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Patrick Erbland, Andrei Alyokhin, L Brian Perkins, Michael Peterson
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toaa045

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Alex K Baranowski, Steven R Alm, Evan L Preisser
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toaa050

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Sciprofile linkMark A Hall, Jeremy Jones, Maurizio Rocchetti, Derek Wright, Romina Rader
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toaa037

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Jingfei Huang, Sufen Tian, Ke Ren, Yong Chen, Shuo Lin, Yixin Chen, HouJun Tian, Jianwei Zhao, Changfang Wang, Sciprofile linkHui Wei, et al.
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toaa041

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Suzan Kastamonuluoğlu, Kemal Büyükgüzel, Ender Büyükgüzel
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toaa039

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Frida A Zink, Luke R Tembrock, Alicia E Timm, Todd M Gilligan
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toaa040

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Gregory J Daglish, Sciprofile linkRajeswaran Jagadeesan, Manoj K Nayak, Graham A McCulloch, Virgine T Singarayan, Sciprofile linkGimme H Walter
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toaa033

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Yilin Huang, Dianxuan Wang, Fuji Jian, Digvir S Jayas, Chuqiao Chen, Dingyue Wang
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toaa038

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Vanessa S Dias, Guy J Hallman, Amanda A S Cardoso, Nick V Hurtado, Camilo Rivera, Florence Maxwell, Carlos E Cáceres-Barrios, Marc J B Vreysen, Scott W Myers
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toaa027

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The Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) complex is currently comprised of at least eight morphotypes, including several that are likely to be described as new species. It is critical to evaluate whether the morphotypes differ in tolerance to phytosanitary treatments. Temperatures from 0 to 3°C are used as a phytosanitary treatment for some commodities exported from the region and at risk of infestation by the A. fraterculus complex. Description of A. fraterculus morphotypes as new species could result in the annulation of phytosanitary treatment schedules for the new species. This study compared the relative cold tolerance of five populations from three morphotypes of the A. fraterculus complex: Andean, Peruvian, and Brazilian-1. Both a laboratory and wild strain of the Brazilian-1 morphotype were studied. Differences in mortality of third instars of the five A. fraterculus populations reared on nectarines were observed only with short treatment durations at temperatures ranging from 1.38 ± 0.04°C to 1.51 ± 0.08°C (mean ± SEM). Estimated times to achieve the LT99.99682 (probit 9) showed that Brazilian-1 wild, Brazilian-1 laboratory, and Cusco population were the most cold tolerant, followed by Andean and Peruvian, the least cold tolerant morphotype (i.e., Brazilian-1 wild = Brazilian-1 laboratory = Cusco population > Andean > Peruvian). These findings suggest that the current cold treatment schedules of 15 d at ≤ 1.11°C and 17 d at ≤ 1.67°C can be applied as cold treatments to any potential new species that may arise from the A. fraterculus complex.
Jiahe Pei, Chengcheng Li, Lili Ren, Shixiang Zong
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toaa032

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