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The Malaysian fruit fly (Bactrocera latifrons) is a small fly (about 1/3 inch) with a slender, whitish to yellowish body which feeds on the fruits of plants in a number of important plant families.
Hawaii Area Wide Fruit Fly Integrated Pest Management Program (HAW-FLY-PM)
HAW-FLY-PM goals and strategies are described in this pamphlet from the University of Hawaii.
Fruit fly protein bait
Protein bait lures and sprays to monitor and control male and female fruit flies are described in this pamphlet from the University of Hawaii.
Sanitation for fruit fly suppression
Sanitation as part of integrated pest management for fruit flies is described in this pamphlet from the University of Hawaii.
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