National Agricultural Pest Information System
Caribbean Fruit Fly; Carib Fly
Caribbean Fruit Fly; Carib Fly (Anastrepha suspensa) is an insect pest of tropical and subtropical fruits. It is a native of West Indies and was first detected in Florida in 1930.
In Florida, only very ripe citrus has been attacked. However, a species of insect, sometimes acts substantially differently when introduced into new areas and may become a serious pest of commercial citrus, mangoes, and peaches in Florida.
Visit the Fruit Flies program page for more information about this pest.
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