I have received a note from Janet Lane who has asked me to post research on the braconid parasitoid Fopius arisanus and its host Bactrocera dorsalis.
There are additional notes on the work here:
Members will recall that one of the authors sent an article on the transferability of a model (MaxEnt) for western cherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis indifferens), a major pest of sweet cherry. This was in June 2014.
Kumar, S., Neven, L.G., and Yee, W.L. 2014. Assessing the potential for establishment of Western Cherry Fruit Fly using ecological niche modeling. Journal of Economic Entomology 107:1032-1044.
Yes, Fopius arisanus attacks Bactrocera tryoni and B. kirki in French Polynesia. See attached article.
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