Natasha Wright, Cook's Pest Control, Bugwood.org
Peach fruit fly
Bactrocera zonata

Peach fruit fly (Bactrocera zonata) is an insect pest of soft fruits such as guava, peach, and mango. It is a native of Southeast Asia and was first detected in California.

This fruit fly infests soft fruits throughout Asia and the Middle East. A small infestation in California was eradicated. Not known as an aggressive pest.

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