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A: Rhagoletis laying area degraded by maggots. Box 1 shows two maggots in the brou. Inset 2 is a meeting between a caterpillar and a Rhagoletis maggot. September 20, 2019 - Varacieux - Isère - FranceA: Rhagoletis laying area degraded by maggots. Box 1 shows two maggots in the brou. Inset 2 is a meeting between a caterpillar and a Rhagoletis maggot. September 20, 2019 - Varacieux - Isère - FranceA: Rhagoletis laying area degraded by maggots. Box 1 shows two maggots in the brou. Inset 2 is a meeting between a caterpillar and a Rhagoletis maggot. September 20, 2019 - Varacieux - Isère - France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A: Rhagoletis laying area degraded by maggots. Box 1 shows two

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A - Coupe du brou avec asticot Rhagoletis coupé par le scalpel. B - Brou coupé avec galeries de mouches Rhagoletis. Le 16 septembre 2018 - Isère - FranceA - Coupe du brou avec asticot Rhagoletis coupé par le scalpel. B - Brou coupé avec galeries de mouches Rhagoletis. Le 16 septembre 2018 - Isère - FranceA - Coupe du brou avec asticot Rhagoletis coupé par le scalpel. B - Brou coupé avec galeries de mouches Rhagoletis. Le 16 septembre 2018 - Isère - France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A - Coupe du brou avec asticot Rhagoletis coupé par le scalpel. B

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Image of the 200 Rhagoletis flies counted in a trap bottle (185 in the field, nearly 200 in total) Bottles hung in a walnut tree. Isère, France, September 3, 2019Image of the 200 Rhagoletis flies counted in a trap bottle (185 in the field, nearly 200 in total) Bottles hung in a walnut tree. Isère, France, September 3, 2019Image of the 200 Rhagoletis flies counted in a trap bottle (185 in the field, nearly 200 in total) Bottles hung in a walnut tree. Isère, France, September 3, 2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Image of the 200 Rhagoletis flies counted in a trap bottle (185

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Fight against Lepidoptera: depending on the dates of capture, different species are caught by these trap-bottles including Plodia interpunctella and Cydia pomonella which parasitize nuts and apples. These traps operate night and day for four to five months during the summer. Model designed by the author.Fight against Lepidoptera: depending on the dates of capture, different species are caught by these trap-bottles including Plodia interpunctella and Cydia pomonella which parasitize nuts and apples. These traps operate night and day for four to five months during the summer. Model designed by the author.Fight against Lepidoptera: depending on the dates of capture, different species are caught by these trap-bottles including Plodia interpunctella and Cydia pomonella which parasitize nuts and apples. These traps operate night and day for four to five months during the summer. Model designed by the author.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Fight against Lepidoptera: depending on the dates of capture,

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Empty chorions* of Rhaboletis flies from which the maggots came out. In the insert: 15 eggs of Rhagoletis not hatched deposited in a hole of the brou. Photograph by Mr. Péter Porosz. (Hungary ). * Envelopes of the eggs.Empty chorions* of Rhaboletis flies from which the maggots came out. In the insert: 15 eggs of Rhagoletis not hatched deposited in a hole of the brou. Photograph by Mr. Péter Porosz. (Hungary ). * Envelopes of the eggs.Empty chorions* of Rhaboletis flies from which the maggots came out. In the insert: 15 eggs of Rhagoletis not hatched deposited in a hole of the brou. Photograph by Mr. Péter Porosz. (Hungary ). * Envelopes of the eggs.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Empty chorions* of Rhaboletis flies from which the maggots came

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31 eggs of Rhagoletis flies were deposited in a crack of the husk. The hatching maggots migrated into the moss leaving their chorions on the spot. November 16, 2019, Banyuls sur mer, France31 eggs of Rhagoletis flies were deposited in a crack of the husk. The hatching maggots migrated into the moss leaving their chorions on the spot. November 16, 2019, Banyuls sur mer, France31 eggs of Rhagoletis flies were deposited in a crack of the husk. The hatching maggots migrated into the moss leaving their chorions on the spot. November 16, 2019, Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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31 eggs of Rhagoletis flies were deposited in a crack of the

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Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) and Frit Fly (Polyodaspis sp) maggotsWalnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) and Frit Fly (Polyodaspis sp) maggotsWalnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) and Frit Fly (Polyodaspis sp) maggots© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) and Frit Fly (Polyodaspis

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A - Adult Rhagoletis maggots ready to come out of the mud. B - Mature Rhagoletis maggots coming out of the sow to make their pupae on land.A - Adult Rhagoletis maggots ready to come out of the mud. B - Mature Rhagoletis maggots coming out of the sow to make their pupae on land.A - Adult Rhagoletis maggots ready to come out of the mud. B - Mature Rhagoletis maggots coming out of the sow to make their pupae on land.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A - Adult Rhagoletis maggots ready to come out of the mud. B -

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1- Penetration hole of a Lepidoptera caterpillar. 2 Close-up of the same hole with Rhagoletis eggs deposited on the cuticle. 3 After cutting the cuticle, 20 Rhagoletis chorions are found in the gallery dug by a caterpillar. (a total of 24 chorions) - The 15.09.2018 -1- Penetration hole of a Lepidoptera caterpillar. 2 Close-up of the same hole with Rhagoletis eggs deposited on the cuticle. 3 After cutting the cuticle, 20 Rhagoletis chorions are found in the gallery dug by a caterpillar. (a total of 24 chorions) - The 15.09.2018 -1- Penetration hole of a Lepidoptera caterpillar. 2 Close-up of the same hole with Rhagoletis eggs deposited on the cuticle. 3 After cutting the cuticle, 20 Rhagoletis chorions are found in the gallery dug by a caterpillar. (a total of 24 chorions) - The 15.09.2018 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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1- Penetration hole of a Lepidoptera caterpillar. 2 Close-up of

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Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) On the left male fly Rhagoletis completa. On the right: female fly. In the insert: ventral view of the abdomen. Varacieux - Isère - France - the 12.09.2018Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) On the left male fly Rhagoletis completa. On the right: female fly. In the insert: ventral view of the abdomen. Varacieux - Isère - France - the 12.09.2018Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) On the left male fly Rhagoletis completa. On the right: female fly. In the insert: ventral view of the abdomen. Varacieux - Isère - France - the 12.09.2018© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) On the left male fly

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Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) female with her ovipositor out. - Varacieux - Isère - France - September 14, 2018Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) female with her ovipositor out. - Varacieux - Isère - France - September 14, 2018Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) female with her ovipositor out. - Varacieux - Isère - France - September 14, 2018© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa) female with her ovipositor

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Husk infested with Rhagloletis fly maggots - 09.18.2017 - Varacieux, Isère, FranceHusk infested with Rhagloletis fly maggots - 09.18.2017 - Varacieux, Isère, FranceHusk infested with Rhagloletis fly maggots - 09.18.2017 - Varacieux, Isère, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Husk infested with Rhagloletis fly maggots - 09.18.2017 -

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Beginning of laying of a female Rhagoletis completa; her ovipositor is out. Chasselay - Isère - France - the 03.09.2019 -Beginning of laying of a female Rhagoletis completa; her ovipositor is out. Chasselay - Isère - France - the 03.09.2019 -Beginning of laying of a female Rhagoletis completa; her ovipositor is out. Chasselay - Isère - France - the 03.09.2019 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Beginning of laying of a female Rhagoletis completa; her

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Two layers of Rhagoletis c. By piercing the cuticle to deposit an egg, the ovipositor releases a drop of sap that oxidizes on contact with the air. Chasselay - Isère - France - the 3.09.2019Two layers of Rhagoletis c. By piercing the cuticle to deposit an egg, the ovipositor releases a drop of sap that oxidizes on contact with the air. Chasselay - Isère - France - the 3.09.2019Two layers of Rhagoletis c. By piercing the cuticle to deposit an egg, the ovipositor releases a drop of sap that oxidizes on contact with the air. Chasselay - Isère - France - the 3.09.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Two layers of Rhagoletis c. By piercing the cuticle to deposit an

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Laying of Rhagoletis c. A few seconds after the ovipositor penetrates, a droplet of sap comes out of the brou. Chasselay - Isère - France - the 03.09.2019Laying of Rhagoletis c. A few seconds after the ovipositor penetrates, a droplet of sap comes out of the brou. Chasselay - Isère - France - the 03.09.2019Laying of Rhagoletis c. A few seconds after the ovipositor penetrates, a droplet of sap comes out of the brou. Chasselay - Isère - France - the 03.09.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Laying of Rhagoletis c. A few seconds after the ovipositor

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Laying of Rhagoletis c. The female pierces the cuticle to lay an egg. On contact with air, the sap quickly oxidizes and turns brown around the ovipositor. The male stayed beside to watch the laying. In the circle: some Rhagoletis eggs.Laying of Rhagoletis c. The female pierces the cuticle to lay an egg. On contact with air, the sap quickly oxidizes and turns brown around the ovipositor. The male stayed beside to watch the laying. In the circle: some Rhagoletis eggs.Laying of Rhagoletis c. The female pierces the cuticle to lay an egg. On contact with air, the sap quickly oxidizes and turns brown around the ovipositor. The male stayed beside to watch the laying. In the circle: some Rhagoletis eggs.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Laying of Rhagoletis c. The female pierces the cuticle to lay an

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Yellow adhesive plate to capture Rhagoletis flies. The screen prevents insectivorous birds from sticking to it. Isère, France, 2019Yellow adhesive plate to capture Rhagoletis flies. The screen prevents insectivorous birds from sticking to it. Isère, France, 2019Yellow adhesive plate to capture Rhagoletis flies. The screen prevents insectivorous birds from sticking to it. Isère, France, 2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Yellow adhesive plate to capture Rhagoletis flies. The screen

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Bouteille piège installée à Varacieux sous un noyer avec les mouches Rhagoletis capturées, Isère, France. le 12.09.2019Bouteille piège installée à Varacieux sous un noyer avec les mouches Rhagoletis capturées, Isère, France. le 12.09.2019Bouteille piège installée à Varacieux sous un noyer avec les mouches Rhagoletis capturées, Isère, France. le 12.09.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Bouteille piège installée à Varacieux sous un noyer avec les mo

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Various flies including flies Rhagoletis completa captured in a trap bottle. The 11.9.2018 - (Varacieux Isère, France)Various flies including flies Rhagoletis completa captured in a trap bottle. The 11.9.2018 - (Varacieux Isère, France)Various flies including flies Rhagoletis completa captured in a trap bottle. The 11.9.2018 - (Varacieux Isère, France)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Various flies including flies Rhagoletis completa captured in a

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About 180 flies of Rhagoletis completa caught in a trap bottle. The 11.9.2018 - (Varacieux Isère, France)About 180 flies of Rhagoletis completa caught in a trap bottle. The 11.9.2018 - (Varacieux Isère, France)About 180 flies of Rhagoletis completa caught in a trap bottle. The 11.9.2018 - (Varacieux Isère, France)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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About 180 flies of Rhagoletis completa caught in a trap bottle.

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Chorions vides de mouche Rhagoletis completa. Longueur : 0,5 mm.(photographie au M.E.B. Gros. X 150)Chorions vides de mouche Rhagoletis completa. Longueur : 0,5 mm.(photographie au M.E.B. Gros. X 150)Chorions vides de mouche Rhagoletis completa. Longueur : 0,5 mm.(photographie au M.E.B. Gros. X 150)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Chorions vides de mouche Rhagoletis completa. Longueur : 0,5

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Cherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis cerasi) on cherry, Vosges du Nord Regional Natural Park, FranceCherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis cerasi) on cherry, Vosges du Nord Regional Natural Park, FranceCherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis cerasi) on cherry, Vosges du Nord Regional Natural Park, France© Michel Rauch / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Cherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis cerasi) on cherry, Vosges du Nord

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Cape Ivy Gall Fly female (Parafreutreta regalis). This fly is being considered as a biocontrol agent against Arundo, an invasive plant.Cape Ivy Gall Fly female (Parafreutreta regalis). This fly is being considered as a biocontrol agent against Arundo, an invasive plant.Cape Ivy Gall Fly female (Parafreutreta regalis). This fly is being considered as a biocontrol agent against Arundo, an invasive plant.© Stuart Wilson / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cape Ivy Gall Fly female (Parafreutreta regalis). This fly is

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Damage of the celery fly (Euleia heraclei) on a celeriac.Damage of the celery fly (Euleia heraclei) on a celeriac.Damage of the celery fly (Euleia heraclei) on a celeriac.© Jean-Michel Groult / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Damage of the celery fly (Euleia heraclei) on a celeriac.

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Damage of the celery fly (Euleia heraclei) on a celeriac.Damage of the celery fly (Euleia heraclei) on a celeriac.Damage of the celery fly (Euleia heraclei) on a celeriac.© Jean-Michel Groult / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Damage of the celery fly (Euleia heraclei) on a celeriac.

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Fruit fly (Rachiptera limbata) on Chilean little rosemary (Baccharis linearis), Tongoy, IV Region of Coquimbo, ChileFruit fly (Rachiptera limbata) on Chilean little rosemary (Baccharis linearis), Tongoy, IV Region of Coquimbo, ChileFruit fly (Rachiptera limbata) on Chilean little rosemary (Baccharis linearis), Tongoy, IV Region of Coquimbo, Chile© Jean-Claude Malausa / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Fruit fly (Rachiptera limbata) on Chilean little rosemary

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Bottle hanging in an olive tree, fight against the Fly of the olive tree (Bractocera oleae), Garden of Olives, olive grove, production of olive oil, Sainte Trinide district, Sanary sur Mer, Var, FranceBottle hanging in an olive tree, fight against the Fly of the olive tree (Bractocera oleae), Garden of Olives, olive grove, production of olive oil, Sainte Trinide district, Sanary sur Mer, Var, FranceBottle hanging in an olive tree, fight against the Fly of the olive tree (Bractocera oleae), Garden of Olives, olive grove, production of olive oil, Sainte Trinide district, Sanary sur Mer, Var, France© Denis Bringard / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Bottle hanging in an olive tree, fight against the Fly of the

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Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa

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Ants (Crematogaster scutellaris) looking for an olive fly at the entrance of his gallery.Ants (Crematogaster scutellaris) looking for an olive fly at the entrance of his gallery.Ants (Crematogaster scutellaris) looking for an olive fly at the entrance of his gallery.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Ants (Crematogaster scutellaris) looking for an olive fly at the

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Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, occupied by a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, occupied by a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, occupied by a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery,

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Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerges from a fly gallery of the olive of which it has eaten the larva!Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerges from a fly gallery of the olive of which it has eaten the larva!Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerges from a fly gallery of the olive of which it has eaten the larva!© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid

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Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly gallery. The parasitoid nibbles the film of the olive to go out.Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly gallery. The parasitoid nibbles the film of the olive to go out.Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly gallery. The parasitoid nibbles the film of the olive to go out.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly

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Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) has just emerged from the olive fly gallery in place of a fly (Bactrocera oleae)Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) has just emerged from the olive fly gallery in place of a fly (Bactrocera oleae)Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) has just emerged from the olive fly gallery in place of a fly (Bactrocera oleae)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus

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Demonstration of biological control: Parrot parasitoid (Pnigalio mediterranea) near a destroyed olive fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa, in an olive gallery. A few days later, another Pnigalio will come out of the gallery.Demonstration of biological control: Parrot parasitoid (Pnigalio mediterranea) near a destroyed olive fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa, in an olive gallery. A few days later, another Pnigalio will come out of the gallery.Demonstration of biological control: Parrot parasitoid (Pnigalio mediterranea) near a destroyed olive fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa, in an olive gallery. A few days later, another Pnigalio will come out of the gallery.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Demonstration of biological control: Parrot parasitoid (Pnigalio

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Mediterranean fruit Fly (Ceratis capitata) emerged from an orange.Mediterranean fruit Fly (Ceratis capitata) emerged from an orange.Mediterranean fruit Fly (Ceratis capitata) emerged from an orange.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Mediterranean fruit Fly (Ceratis capitata) emerged from an orange.

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Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its

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Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Female with her ovipositor released.Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Female with her ovipositor released.Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Female with her ovipositor released.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its

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Exit hole of olive fly gallery (Bactrocera oleae).Exit hole of olive fly gallery (Bactrocera oleae).Exit hole of olive fly gallery (Bactrocera oleae).© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Exit hole of olive fly gallery (Bactrocera oleae).

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In the ground under the foliage of the olive trees: predation of pupae of olive flies (Bactrocera oleae) by small ants.In the ground under the foliage of the olive trees: predation of pupae of olive flies (Bactrocera oleae) by small ants.In the ground under the foliage of the olive trees: predation of pupae of olive flies (Bactrocera oleae) by small ants.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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In the ground under the foliage of the olive trees: predation of

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Orange larva Olive fruit midge (Lasioptera berlesiana) in an olive gallery, near an olive fruit fly pup (Bactrocera oleae) that has been devoured by this Cecidomyiidae larva.Orange larva Olive fruit midge (Lasioptera berlesiana) in an olive gallery, near an olive fruit fly pup (Bactrocera oleae) that has been devoured by this Cecidomyiidae larva.Orange larva Olive fruit midge (Lasioptera berlesiana) in an olive gallery, near an olive fruit fly pup (Bactrocera oleae) that has been devoured by this Cecidomyiidae larva.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Orange larva Olive fruit midge (Lasioptera berlesiana) in an

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Cherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis cerasi) male, size 4.5 mm, Ceret, FranceCherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis cerasi) male, size 4.5 mm, Ceret, FranceCherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis cerasi) male, size 4.5 mm, Ceret, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Cherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis cerasi) male, size 4.5 mm, Ceret,

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Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, the opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus), close to its emergence.Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, the opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus), close to its emergence.Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, the opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus), close to its emergence.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, the

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Fruit fly (Chaetostomella cylindrica), Regional Natural Park of Northern Vosges, FranceFruit fly (Chaetostomella cylindrica), Regional Natural Park of Northern Vosges, FranceFruit fly (Chaetostomella cylindrica), Regional Natural Park of Northern Vosges, France© Michel Rauch / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Fruit fly (Chaetostomella cylindrica), Regional Natural Park of

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Safflower Fly (Acanthiophilus helianthi), Regional Natural Park of Vosges du Nord, FranceSafflower Fly (Acanthiophilus helianthi), Regional Natural Park of Vosges du Nord, FranceSafflower Fly (Acanthiophilus helianthi), Regional Natural Park of Vosges du Nord, France© Michel Rauch / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Safflower Fly (Acanthiophilus helianthi), Regional Natural Park

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Fruit fly (Myopites inulaedyssentericae) emerged from a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) seedFruit fly (Myopites inulaedyssentericae) emerged from a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) seedFruit fly (Myopites inulaedyssentericae) emerged from a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) seed© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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