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TITULO / TITLE AUTOR DE CONTACTO / CORRESPONDING AUTHOR EMAIL CÓDIGO / CODE
SESIÓN 1: Manejo integrado en áreas amplias y programas de acción / SESSION 1: Area wide management and action programs
24 Años de la Campaña Nacional contra Moscas de la Fruta en México: Avances y Retos Arturo Bello Rivera arturo.bello@senasica.gob.mx S1_462_1
Actividades del Laboratorio Central de Identificación
de ISCAMen – Mendoza – Argentina
Julio Toro juliotoro@hotmail.com.ar S1_129
Consorcio de Manejo Integrado de Plagas. Trabajo interinstitucional en los Valles Calchaquíes. Comunidad de San Antonio, Municipio de Animaná, Dpto. San Carlos, Provincia de Salta Christian Rodriguez chrodriguez@senasa.gob.ar S1_457
Distribución de especies de Moscas de la Fruta en seis Departamentos del Paraguay Liz Carolina Garay de Gauto carolina.garay@senave.gov.py S1_323
El Programa de Control y Erradicación de Mosca de los Frutos
de San Juan, Argentina
Albérico Fernando Murúa fmurua80@gmail.com S1_488
Experiencias en el Control y Erradicación de Moscas de la Fruta en el Perú Carlos Rivera criverat@senasa.gob.pe S1_106
Fincas Montelibano y Santa Rosa. Lugares y sitios de producción libres de mosca del mediterráneo (Ceratitis capitata) César Augusto Noé Pino augusto1975noe@gmail.com S1_271
Fruit flies of economic importance to Jamaica Lisa Myers Morgan lrsmyers@gmail.com S1_266
Hospederos de mosca de la fruta Anastrepha spp. y Ceratitis capitata (Díptera: Tephritidae) en Ecuador José Vilatuna jose.vilatuna@agrocalidad.gob.ec S1_162
MOSCASUL Program in Brazil: First Steps and Current Situation Thiago Mastrangelo piaui@cena.usp.br S1_78
Patagonia Argentina, 11 Años de Exportaciones Como Área Libre de Mosca de los Frutos Carlos Alfredo Borges aborges@funbapa.org.ar S1_238
Plan Nacional Moscas de la Fruta en Colombia Emilio Arévalo Peñaranda emilio.arevalo@ica.gov.co S1_396
Programa Nacional de Control y Erradicación de Mosca de los Frutos en el Noreste Argentino - PROCEM NEA Carlos Morilla ingmorillacarlos@mocoretadigital.com.ar S1_177
Programa Provincial de control de mosca de los frutos en el macizo citrícola de Monte Caseros, Corrientes. Paola Martínez martinezpaolafa@gmail.com S1_442
Proyecto Biocontenedores - Concientizando a las nuevas generaciones - Rubén Mellado difusion@iscamen.com.ar S1_386
Sistema Nacional de Detección de Moscas de la Fruta (SNDMF) – Chile Ricardo Rodríguez ricardo.rodriguez@sag.gob.cl S1_57
Técnica del Insecto Estéril T.I.E vs. Control Químico. Análisis económico de Estrategias de Control en Grandes Áreas para el Programa de Erradicación de Mosca del Mediterráneo Ceratitis capitata Wied. en Mendoza Argentina Andrea Bartolucci andreabartolucci@iscamen.com.ar S1_399
USDA, APHIS Safeguarding Operations for Anastrepha ludens (Loew) on the Mexico / United States Border John Gilmore john.f.gilmore@aphis.usda.gov S1_68
SESIÓN 2: Técnica del Insecto Estéril, cría masiva y control de calidad / SESSION 2: Sterile Insect Technique, mass rearing and quality control
A Novel Approach for Quality Assurance of Bulking Agents for Larval Mass-Rearing of Anastrepha ludens: Mycotoxins Content Marysol Aceituno-Medina marysol.aceituno@iica-moscafrut.org.mx S2_218
Tendencias del crecimiento bacteriano en el alimento larvario y su influencia en el rendimiento larvario y peso larva de Anastrepha ludens y A. obliqua María del Refugio Hernández Ibarra refugio.hernandez@iica-moscafrut.org.mx S2_72
Bioassay and sexual competitiveness test as methods for quality assurance of ingredients for mass rearing of Fruit Flies: Case of the larval food yeast Emilio Hernández emilio.hernandez@iica-moscafrut.org.mx S2_200_1
Bioplanta Santa Rosa para la producción de insectos estériles de Mosca del Mediterráneo Ceratitis capitata Wied. en Mendoza Argentina Juan Alejandro Asfennato aleasfennato@yahoo.com.ar S2_399
Efecto de la selección artificial en la competitividad sexual y la demografía de Anastrepha ludens (Loew) (Diptera: Tephritidae) para la aplicación de la técnica del insecto estéril Pablo Liedo pliedo@ecosur.mx S2_13
Effect of adult diet on nutritional status and fecundity of Anastrepha fraterculus (Diptera: Tephritidae) females Lucía Goane lugoane@gmail.com S2_137_1
Estudio comparativo sobre el efecto de la Radiación X y Gamma sobre pupas de Anastrepha fraterculus (Wied) Marianela García Alba mgarcia@cae.cnea.gov.ar S2_100
Evaluación de la cepa transgénica OX3864A de Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann, 1824) (Diptera:Tephritidae) para su aplicación en la Técnica del Insecto Estéril Jair Fernandes Virginio biofabrica@moscamed.org.br S2_73
Evaluación de distancias entre líneas de vuelo a 500 y 1000 metros en la liberación aérea de moscas del Mediterráneo estériles
Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) en Chiapas, México.
Cotoc R. E. crem1973@yahoo.com.mx S2_227
Improving genetic sexing strains of the Mexican fruit fly, Anastrepha ludens Loew (Diptera: Tephritidae) through the introduction of a “slow larva development” marker Carlos Cáceres caceres-ce@hotmail.com S2_296_1
Inducción de esterilidad de machos estériles de Anastrepha ludens Tapachula-7 en jaulas de campo grandes Dina Orozco-Dávila dina.orozco@iica-moscafrut.org.mx S2_141
Insights for a new management of Mother Colony: The greenhouse of the Programa Moscamed-México new mass rearing facility Marco Tejeda marco.tejeda@programamoscamed.mx S2_293
La fibra de coco: Una alternativa como sustrato de pupación en la cría masiva de Anastrepha obliqua Trinidad Artiaga-López trinidad.artiaga@iica-moscafrut.org.mx S2_44
Starvation resistance and nutritional status of Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) males is affected by the presence of symbiotic bacteria in their digestive tract María Laura Juárez lau_zoo@yahoo.com.ar S2_142_2
Wing size and dispersal ability of laboratory reared Anastrepha ludens (Loew) males Paula Gómez Cendra paugomez@ege.fcen.uba.ar S2_112
SESIÓN 3: Medidas y estándares fitosanitarios / SESSION 3: Phytosanitary measures and standards
Development of phytosanitary treatments: optimizing the experimental design Emilio Hernández emilio.hernandez@iica-moscafrut.org.mx S3_200_2
Efecto en la calidad de arándanos tratados con radiación gamma como tratamiento fitosanitario Carla Lires lires@cae.cnea.gov.ar S3_195
Harmonizing the hot-water immersion treatment schedules to mitigate risk of Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in mangoes Nicanor Liquido Nicanor.J.Liquido@aphis.usda.gov S3_210_2
Improntas y memoria en la inspección de productos frutihortícolas con perros detectores Luis Emilio Gobet lgobet@senasa.gob.ar S3_196
Paradigm shifts in regulatory science: the evolution of systems approaches Eric Jang ffsatech@gmail.com S3_269
Sistema Único de Fiscalización Permanente Ariel Splenser asplenser@senasa.gob.ar S3_108
SESIÓN 4: Biología, fisiología, ecología, comportamiento e interacciones simbióticas / SESSION 4: Biology, physiology, ecology, behavior and symbiotic interaction
Análisis demográfico de Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann, 1824) en variedades de uvas de mesa Maylen Gómez Pacheco maylen@moscamed.org.br S4_92
Análisis faunísticos de Moscas de la Fruta (Diptera: Tephridae) en el Norte y Sur de Uruguay María Calvo calvomariavictoria@gmail.com S4_56
Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) female preference for lemon and grapefruit peel volatiles M. Josefina Ruiz josefinaruiz2802@hotmail.com S4_139
Anastrepha species and their hosts in the Brazilian Amazon Ricardo Adaime ricardoadaime@hotmail.com S4_125_1
Biochemical and behavioural analysis of Ceratitis capitata at final step of morphogenesis: imago emergence and wing maturation Pablo Bochicchio pbochicchio@leloir.org.ar S4_84
Bionomics, thermal requirements and fertility life table of Doryctobracon areolatus under different thermal conditions Dori Edson Nava dori.edson-nava@embrapa.br S4_158
Crossing two strains of Anastrepha fraterculus infected with different variants of Wolbachia Claudia Conte conte.claudia@inta.gob.ar S4_203
Differences during oogenesis events among Ceratitis capitata (Wied) and Anastrepha fraterculus (Wied): significance for control strategies Alicia Basso abasso@agro.uba.ar S4_382
Electrophysiological responses of gustatory sensilla on the ovipositor of the parasitoid Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) Francisco Devescovi segura.diego@inta.gob.ar S4_132
Experimental hybridization between Mexican populations of Anastrepha fraterculus and Anastrepha obliqua Juan Rull pomonella@gmail.com S4_23_1
Exploring medfly reproductive biology Francesca Scolari francesca.scolari@unipv.it S4_444_2
Exposure to mild hot stress or to chill coma stress correlate with changes in lipids profiles, physiological performance and longevity in the Medfly, Ceratitis capitata Luis A. Quesada-Allué lualque@iib.uba.ar S4_85
Fine Scale Analysis of Genetic Structure in an Argentine Population of Anastrepha fraterculus (Wied.) with SSR markers Ángeles Iriel Rodriguez irielrod@gmail.com S4_113
Fluctuación poblacional de Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) en cuatro estratos altitudinales en Guatemala Salvador Flores salvador.flores@iica-moscafrut.org.mx S4_173_1
Hospederos y parasitoides de las Moscas de la Fruta (Diptera: Tephritidae) en el Uruguay Soledad Delgado soledaddelgadojorge@hotmail.com S4_61
Hosts’ influence on some life-history traits of Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) María Liza López mllopez@unsj.edu.ar S4_99_2
Larval competition between Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) and Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) in different natural host M. Clara Liendo mcliendo@yahoo.com.ar S4_198
Morphometric traits and fluctuating asymmetry as indicators of larval stress in two Tephritidae Fruit Flies Lucía Goane lugoane@gmail.com S4_137_2
Ocurrencia de Anastrepha fraterculus (Diptera: Tephritidae) en cultivos de frambuesa (Rubus idaeus) y zarzamora (Rubus fructicosus) en los valles de altura semiáridos de Tucumán, Argentina Lorena Escobar escobar.lorena@inta.gob.ar S4_228
Parasitoids of Anastrepha spp. in the Brazilian Amazon Ricardo Adaime ricardoadaime@hotmail.com S4_125_2
Post-copulatory sexual behaviour of Anastrepha ludens males resistant to hydric stress Solana Abraham solanaabraham@yahoo.com.ar S4_22_2
Reciprocal functions of the enzymes NBAD-synthase and NBAD-hydrolase in epidermal and neural tissue of flies Alejandro Rabossi arabossi@leloir.org.ar S4_82
Registro de Hospedante para Anastrepha tecta Zucchi, 1979 (Diptera:Tephritidae) en el Perú César Girón cgiron@senasa.gob.pe S4_105
The effect of winter length on survival and duration of dormancy of four sympatric species of Rhagoletis exploiting plants with different fruiting phenology Juan Rull pomonella@gmail.com S4_23_2
The main sclerotization precursor of insect brown cuticles is also an essential component of the innate immunity Martín Pérez mperez@leloir.org.ar S4_83
Tiempo de emisión de feromona y comportamiento de cortejo en distintas poblaciones del complejo críptico Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) Iara Sordi Joachim-Bravo iarajoachimbravo@gmail.com S4_122_2
SESIÓN 5: Herramientas tecnológicas como apoyo a la toma de decisiones para la vigilancia y el control. Manejo de datos / SESSION 5: Supporting technologies for surveillance and control of pest populations. Data management
Fruit fly monitoring system in the Caribbean Alies van Sauers-Muller aliesmuller@yahoo.com S5_115
El enfoque de la GeoInteligencia Sanitaria en la delimitación del riesgo fitosanitario en el potencial probabilístico de establecimiento, dispersión e introducción de la mosca suramericana de las cucurbitáceas en México (Anastrepha grandis). Cotoc Roldán, Edgar Miguel crem1973@yahoo.com.mx S5_227_1
SESIÓN 6: Control químico, estaciones cebo, trampeo masivo, control mecánico y cultural / SESSION 6: Chemical control, bait stations, mass trapping, mechanical and cultural control
Baseline data of four insecticides with different modes of action for Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) and Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) Beatriz Noemí Carrizo carrizo.beatriz@inta.gob.ar S6_116
Utilización de Fevillea cordifolia como planta trampa para el control de Anastrepha grandis (Macquart, 1846) en Panamá Pablo Rodríguez prodriguez@mida.gob.pa S6_224
Alternativa para el control de Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) y Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) en la citricultura del Noroeste Argentino Silvia Tapia tapia.silvia@inta.gob.ar S6_117
SESIÓN 7: Ecología química: atrayentes, sistemas de vigilancia e interacción planta-insecto / SESSION 7: Chemical Ecology: attractans, surveillance systems, and plant-insect interaction
Aqueous grape juice bait for Anastrepha suspensa (Loew), (Diptera: Tephritidae) and Zaprionus indianus Gupta (Diptera: Drosophilidae) Nancy D. Epsky Nancy.Epsky@ars.usda.gov S7_318
A System-based approach of controling tephritid fruit fly pests in citrus Daniel Kuzmich dan.kuzmich@ars.usda.gov S7_222
Current knowledge of the chemical communication of the species complex Anastrepha Fraterculus in Brazil Ruth Rufino do Nascimento ruth.rufino.nascimento@gmail.com S7_519_2
Evaluation of CeraTrap as attractant in surveillance of Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) of economic importance in Mexico Salvador Flores salvador.flores@iica-moscafrut.org.mx S7_173_2
Field evaluation of ten attractants of tephritid Fruit Flies in Chinese citrus groves Yulu Xia yuluxia@cipm.info S7_334
Guava volatiles enhance the sexual behavior of Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) males with no evident changes to their chemical profile Guillermo E. Bachmann guillermobachmann@gmail.com S7_134
Linear regression analysis between Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) and Anastrepha fraterculus (Weidemann) (Diptera: Tephritidae) captures and the incidence of fruit damage in Uruguay Felicia Duarte delaflia@hotmail.com S7_55
Protein deprivation, lure feeding and mating success of male Bactrocera dorsalis and B. cucurbitae Todd Shelly Todd.E.Shelly@aphis.usda.gov S7_565
USO DE TRIMEDLURE LIQUIDO EN EL PEGAMENTO DE LAMILLAS DE TRAMPAS PARA LA
CAPTURA DE Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) EN LA REGION DE BARILLAS, GUATEMALA.
Cotoc Roldán, Edgar Miguel crem1973@yahoo.com.mx S7_227_4
SESIÓN 8: Control biológico / SESSION 8: Biological Control
Dispersal patterns of Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Ashmead) reared on Ceratitis capitata (Wied.) and Anastrepha fraterculus (Wied.) larvae Clarice Diniz Alvarenga clarice.corsato@unimontes.br S8_102
Hibridación de líneas seleccionadas para mejorar la calidad de la cría masiva del parasitoide de Moscas de la Fruta, Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Ashmead). Jorge Cancino jorge.cancino@iica-moscafrut.org.mx S8_143_1
Interacciones inter-específicas intrínsecas entre dos himenópteros parasitoides de Moscas de la Fruta Sergio Ovruski ovruskisergio@yahoo.com.ar S8_81_1
Liberaciones conjuntas de Coptera haywardi (Oglobin) (Hymenoptera: Diapriidae) e insectos estériles en el control de la mosca Mexicana de la fruta, Anastrepha ludens (Loew) Pablo Montoya pablo.montoya@iica-moscafrut.org.mx S8_86_2
Uso de Beauveria bassiana para el control de Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) en la Región de Huehuetenango, Guatemala. Cotoc Roldán, Edgar Miguel crem1973@yahoo.com.mx S8_227_3
SESIÓN 9: Taxonomía y Sistemática / SESSION 9: Taxonomy and Systematics
Genetic characterization of Anastrepha zenildae Zucchi (Diptera: Tephritidae) populations within the fraterculus group Janisete Gomes Silva jgs10@uol.com.br S9_93_1
Genetic characterization of invasive species Bactrocera carambolae Drew & Hancock in South America Joseane Fernanda Passos joseanefernanda@bol.com.br S9_123_1
Genetic diversity in Brazilian populations of Anastrepha obliqua (Macquart) based on mtDNA Janisete Gomes Silva jgs10@uol.com.br janisete.silvamiller@pq.cnpq.br S9_93_2
Natural host of Garcinia humilis (Vahl) associated with Anastrepha rheediae Stone (Diptera, Tephritidae) in Santa Cruz, Bolivia Elizabeth Quisberth Ramos elizabeth.ramos@ufpr.br S9_45_1
Natural hosts plants of Anastrepha obliqua Macquart and Anastrepha striata Schiner (Diptera, Tephritidae) in Santa Cruz, Bolivia Elizabeth Quisberth Ramos elizabeth.ramos@ufpr.br S9_45_2
Phylogenetic analysis of Anastrepha obliqua (Macquart) populations in Brazil Joseane Fernanda Passos joseanefernanda@bol.com.br S9_123_2
SESIÓN 10: Genética y Biotecnología / SESSION 10: Genetics and Biotechnology
Contribution of cytogenetics to phylogenetic relationships inference among closely related taxa: the cytogenetic analysis of the Argentinian Af. sp.1 member of the Anastrepha fraterculus complex Jorge Cladera cladera.jorge@inta.gob.ar S10_101
Cytogenetic characterization of sexual chromosomes in the short Y Anastrepha fraterculus strain María Cecilia Giardini giardini.maria@inta.gob.ar S10_126
Development of a genetic sexing system for the South American Fruit Fly, Anastrepha fraterculus (Diptera: Tephritidae) Carlos Cáceres caceres-ce@hotmail.com S10_296_2
Expression analysis of genes potentially involved in sex determination in Diachasmimorpha longicaudata Silvia Beatriz Lanzavecchia lanzavecchia.silvia@inta.gob.ar S10_138
Genoma Mitocondrial de referencia de un individuo silvestre del morfotipo andino de Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) (Diptera, Tephritidae) Nelson Canal nacanal@ut.edu.co S10_77
Proteomic interactions between the parasitoid Diachasmimorpha longicaudata and the oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis during host parasitism Chou Ling Chang stella.chang@ars.usda.gov S10_104
SESIÓN 11: Political and Socio-Economic Analysis of Action Programs / SESSION 11: Political and socio-economic analysis of action programs
The Latest State of the Tephritid Workers Database Bakri Abdeljelil bakri@uca.ac.ma S11_74

Oral presentations

The following table enlists the oral presentations of the meeting and the e-mail of the speakers. We invite you to contact the authors in case you need the digital copy of any specific presentation.

PRESENTATION TITLE PRESENTER E-MAIL
PLENARY CONFERENCE
Global change and its impact on Fruit Fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) distribution, ecology, behavior and management Martín Aluja martin.aluja@inecol.mx
SESSION 1: Area wide management and action programs
National Fruit Fly Control Program in Argentina (PROCEM) - Learned lessons and challenges ahead Wilda Ramírez wramirez@senasa.gob.ar
National Fruit Flies Detection System (NFFDS) – Chile Ricardo Rodríguez ricardo.rodriguez@sag.gob.cl
Fruit Fly Control in Peru Jorge Manrique jmanrique@senasa.gob.pe
National Fruit Fly Program in Mexico Arturo Bello Rivera arturo.bello@senasica.gob.mx
Current Situation of MOSCAMED Program - Dominican Republic Francisco Martínez franciscomartp@gmail.com
Strengthening surveillance systems and control of Fruit Flies in the region of OIRSA Wilmar Méndez wmendez@oirsa.org
SESSION 2: Sterile Insect Technique, mass rearing and quality control
Changes in the diazotrophic and total gut bacterial communities in the Mediterranean fruit fly Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) subjected to sterile insect technique. Importance of gut microflora and its manipulation to improve sterile insects for SIT application Carolina Yáñez carolina.yanez@pucv.cl
Performance, design and innovations of the new Medfly Rearing Facility in Mexico Arturo Bello Rivera arturo.bello@senasica.gob.mx
Process control, measurement and monitoring of insects production performance, using the spreadsheet "Dashboard". Pedro Rendón pnodner@hotmail.com
The Ecology of a Tephritidae Artificial Larval-Diet David Nestel nestel@agri.gov.il
Scoring mated status in Anastrepha Ludens (Loew) and other fruit flies of economic significance Hugh Conway Hugh.E.Conway@aphis.usda.gov
SESSION 3: Phytosanitary measures and standards
Current status and trends in postharvest phytosanitary treatments Guy Hallman g.j.hallman@iaea.org
Low-temperature methyl bromide phytosanitary treatment of blueberries against Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) Eduardo Willink ewillink@eeaoc.org.ar
SESSION 4: Biology, physiology, ecology, behavior and symbiotic interaction
Nutrition and energy budget during development of Tephritidae David Nestel nestel@agri.gov.il
Symbiotic bacteria and their Tephritidae fruit fly hosts: a challenging field of research and a promising source of tools for pest management Diego Segura segura.diego@inta.gob.ar
Comparisons of the courtship behavioral sequences of males of two populations of the Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Tephritidae) cryptic species complex and their implications for pre-zygotic isolation Iara Joachim-Bravo iarajoachimbravo@gmail.com
Influence of spatio-temporal factors on the diversity and abundance of Diptera Tephritidae in a sector of Southern Yungas with varying degrees of disturbance, Tucumán - Argentina Pablo Schliserman schliserman73@yahoo.com.ar
How do males inhibit female remating? Case studies from two tephritid Fruit Flies Solana Abraham solanaabraham@yahoo.com.ar
SESSION 5: Supporting technologies for surveillance and control of pest populations. Data management
Territorial intelligence for phytosanitary surveillance in Argentina Pablo Cortese pcortese@senasa.gob.ar
Using Geographical Information Systems in monitoring, control and eradication of Fruit Fly in Peru Glen Quintanilla Montoya gquintanilla@senasa.gob.pe
GIS as a tool for the decision-making process of Area-Wide Programs using the SIT Estuardo Lira Estuardo.Lira@aphis.usda.gov
Innovations in release systems - Optimization of the SIT using the density determination model José Ponciano Jose.Ponciano@medfly.org.gt
Informatics and data management for Fruit Flies Control Programs Carlos Kupervaser kupervaser@kyas.com.ar
SESSION 6: Chemical control, bait stations, mass trapping, mechanical and cultural control
Suppression of Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Dipteral: Tephritidae) with TMR (trimedlure [TML], methyl eugenol [ME], raspberry ketone [RK]) Dispensers and Biolure (ammonium acetate, trimethylamine, and putrescine) in a Coffee Plantation in Hawaii Roger Vargas roger.vargas@ars.usda.gov
Alternatives to control Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) of economic importance in Mexico Salvador Flores salvador.flores@iica-moscafrut.org.mx
Medfly control (Ceratitis capitataWied.) in the productive valleys of the Province of San Juan, Argentina: results of the implementation of a new strategy Héctor Llera hjllera@hotmail.com
SESSION 7: Chemical ecology: attractans, surveillance systems and plant-insect interaction
Session opening. Back to the future: chemical ecology of fruit flies in the next millennium Eric Jang ffsatech@gmail.com
Chemoreception as an adaptive trait in the highly invasive fruit fly Ceratitis capitata (Diptera, Tephritidae) Anna Malacrida malacrid@unipv.it
Potential attractants for the fruit flies Anastrepha fraterculus and A. obliqua (Diptera: Tephritidae) Ruth R. do Nascimento ruth.rufino.nascimento@gmail.com
Comparative responses of Anastrepha ludens and Anastrepha obliqua (Diptera: Tephritidae) to the synthetic attractant BioLure Pablo Liedo pliedo@ecosur.mx
Volatile-mediated attraction of Anastrepha fraterculus (Diptera: Tephritidae) to two native hosts of Uruguay María Calvo vcalvo@fagro.edu.uy
Identification of volatile compounds obtained from larvae-infested and rotten fruit attractive to the fruit fly parasitoid Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Ashmead) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) Diego Segura segura.diego@inta.gob.ar
Attraction, mating competitiveness enhancement and mortality of Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) in response to essential oils from native plants of Argentina María Liza López mllopez@unsj.edu.ar
Essential oils enhance mating competitiveness of Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedemann) males Josefina Ruiz josefinaruiz2802@hotmail.com
Male lures and the sexual behavior of tephritid fruit flies Todd Shelly Todd.E.Shelly@aphis.usda.gov
SESSION 8: Biological control
Biological control of Anastrepha obliqua (Mcquart) in wild Spondias spp. as a support for the low prevalence status in the mango production area of Tecpan, Guerrero, Pacific Coast of Mexico Jorge Cancino jorge.cancino@iica-moscafrut.org.mx
Effect of Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Hym.:Braconidae) mass releases on the natural parasitism of Anastrepha spp. populations in marginal zones Pablo Montoya pablo.montoya@iica-moscafrut.org.mx
Augmentative releases of Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Ashmead) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) for controlling Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Tephritidae) in the Province of San Juan, Argentina Sergio Ovruski ovruskisergio@yahoo.com.ar
Parasitoid efficiency: when is it advantageous to use more than one species? Beatriz Paranhos beatriz.paranhos@embrapa.br
Incorporation of Beauveria bassiana with autoinoculative devices and conidia vectors for the control of Ceratitis capitata (Wied.) Jorge Toledo jtoledo@ecosur.mx
Aerial release of the parasitoid Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Ashmead) using the “chilled adult” technique Roberto Angulo rakoperations@yahoo.com.mx
SESSION 9: Taxonomy and systematics
Towards an understanding of the underpinning genetic architecture of Anastrepha fraterculus complex Janisete Silva jgs10@uol.com.br
Contribution of cytogenetics to phylogenetic relationships inference among closely related taxa: the cytogenetic analysis of the Argentinian Af. sp.1 member of the Anastrepha fraterculus complex María Cecilia Giardini giardini.maria@inta.gob.ar
Morphometric taxonomy for the delimitation of cryptic species of the Anastrepha fraterculus complex Vicente Hernández-Ortiz vicente.hernandez@inecol.mx
Karyotypes and larval morphology as tools for studies on taxonomy and systematics of the Anastrepha fraterculus complex (Wiedemann) Nelson Canal nacanal@ut.edu.co
SESSION 10: Genetics and biotechnology
Molecular diagnostic methods used in the exclusion, suppression, and eradication of pests within Anastrepha, Bactrocera, and Ceratitis Raúl Ruiz-Arce raul.a.ruiz@aphis.usda.gov
Development of mitochondrial DNA markers to analyze the genetic variability of Anastrepha fraterculus populations Claudia Conte conte.claudia@inta.gob.ar
The whole genome sequence of the Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann), reveals insights into the adaptive evolution and control of a highly invasive pest species Alfred Handler al.handler@ars.usda.gov
From transgenesis to functional genomics: the case of the Medfly Francesca Scolari francesca.scolari@unipv.it
SESSION 11: Political and socio-economic analysis of action programs
Profitability of Integrated Pest Management Action Programs using the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) Walther Enkerlin W.R.Enkerlin@iaea.org
Economic impact of pest control programs on the regional economies of Argentina Sebastián Senesi ssenesi@agro.uba.ar
Impact of fruit flies on the international trade Guillermo Rossi grossi@senasa.gob.ar
Mendoza´s Mass-rearing Facility in the national context. Present and future Alejandro Molero secretaria@iscamen.com.ar
Public politics in National pest control programs. Current and future vision Ricardo Negri  
Moscamed Program in Guatemala Oscar Zelaya Oscar.Zelaya@medfly.org.gt
Presentation of the Regional TC Project IAEA RLA5070 (ARCAL): Strengthening Fruit Fly Surveillance and Control Measures Using the Sterile Insect Technique in an Area Wide and Integrated Pest Management Approach for the Protection and Expansion of Horticultural Production. Wilda Ramírez and César Tate wramirez@senasa.gob.ar / tate@cnea.gov.ar
Vision of growers and trading partners on the impact of fruit fly control programs Participations of Argentinian exporters of pears, apples, cherries, blueberries and citrus gustavopiloni@citricolapiloni.com.ar