Fruit fly publications involving QUT team members

Recent reviews

The “sequential cues hypothesis”

Silva, Rehan, Clarke, Anthony R. (2020) The “sequential cues hypothesis”: A conceptual model to explain host location and ranking by polyphagous herbivores Insect Science, 27 (6), pp.1136-1147.
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Bactrocera dorsalis in Asia

Clarke, Anthony R., Li, Zhi hong, Qin, Yu jia, Zhao, Zi Hua, Liu, Li jun, Schutze, Mark K. (2019) Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is not invasive through Asia: It's been there all along Journal of Applied Entomology, 143 (8), pp.797-801.
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Bactrocera tryoni overwintering

Clarke, Anthony, Merkel, Katharina, Hulthen, Andrew, Schwarzmueller, Florian (2019) Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae) overwintering: an overview Austral Entomology, 58 (1), pp.3-8.
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Biology and Management of Bactrocera and Related Fruit Flies

Anthony R. Clarke (2019) Biology and Management of Bactrocera and Related Fruit Flies. CABI, Wallingford UK.

Tephritid integrative taxonomy

Schutze, Mark, Virgilio, Massimiliano, Norrbom, Allen, Clarke, Anthony (2017) Tephritid integrative taxonomy: Where we are now, with a focus on the resolution of three tropical fruit fly species complexes Annual Review of Entomology, 62, pp.147-164.
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Phytosanitary treatments against Bactrocera dorsalis

Dohino, Toshiyuki, Hallman, Guy, Grout, Timothy, Clarke, Anthony, Follett, Peter, Cugala, Domingos, Minh Tu, Duong, Murdita, Wayan, Hernandez, Emilio, Pereira, Rui, et al. (2017) Phytosanitary treatments against Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae): Current situation and future prospects Journal of Economic Entomology, 110 (1), pp.67-79.
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Polyphagous fruit flies

Clarke, Anthony (2017) Why so many polyphagous fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae)? A further contribution to the 'generalism' debate Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 120, pp.245-257.
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