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Pests > Pest Management > Quarantine > Quarantine information – posters, etc > Fruit fly poster, Australian species, Australia
May 2013. Scientific Advisory Services have just produced a new poster on Australian fruit flies (“Fruit Flies of Australia 1”) which features higher quality photographs of some previously featured species, updated information on male lures and species distributions and now includes Bactrocera zonata. The information on the poster is relevant to farmers, quarantine agencies, fruit marketers and home gardeners.
Together the two posters feature high quality photos of all economically important pest species found in Australia along with Melon Fly, Solanum Fruit Fly,B. zonataand B.dorsalis. I have attached images of the new poster and the second poster which compliments it -” Fruit Flies of Australia 2″. These posters are available via www.saspl.com.au.