Fruit Flies pp 439-442 | Cite as

Pilot Eradication Project for the Carambola Fruit Fly in Coronie, Suriname

  • A. van Sauerss-Muller

Abstract

The Carambola fruit fly, a Dacus dorsalis complex species which was detected in 1986, has spread during recent years throughout a major part of the coastal area of Suriname and French Guyana. Since its detection a distribution and host plant survey were executed (Van Sauers-Muller, unpublished). This was first done on a limited scale, because of lack of transport; however after August 1989, the scale of activities was widened, because two pick-ups (made available by the Brasilian government) were assigned to the project.

Keywords

Mangifera Indica Trap Location Eradication Method Poison Bait Local Radio Station 
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References

  1. Van Sauers-Muller, A.E. An overview of a Dacus species found recently in Suriname. Internal Newsletter. 11 pp.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1993

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