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From: Australian endemic pest tephritids: genetic, molecular and microbial tools for improved Sterile Insect Technique

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The distributions of B. tryoni, B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi in Australia. (a) The distribution of B. neohumeralis is entirely within the broader distribution of B. tryoni. The ovals show the populations of B. tryoni that are differentiated by microsatellite analyses. Grey shading is the FFEZ (the Fruit Fly Exclusion Zone). Top right, B. tryoni, bottom right, B. neohumeralis. (b) The distribution of B. jarvisi and, inset, the distribution of its native host the Cocky apple (Planchonia careya). Top right, B. jarvisi.

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