CAP. 1 - Myiopardalis pardalina in Afghanistan
J. Stonehouse1, S.M. Sadeed2, A. Harvey2 and G.S. Haiderzada2

CAP. 2 - Recent Advances in Molecular Systematics of Anastrepha Schiner
Janisete G. Silva1,*, Norman B. Barr2,*

CAP. 3 - Taxonomy of Immature Stages: new Morphological characters for tephritidae larvae Identification
Frías D.1, Selivon D.2, Hernández-Ortiz V.3

CAP. 4 - Morphological characterization of the reproductive System of Irradiated Anastrepha fraterculus
Andrea Bartolucci1, M. Teresa Vera23, Verónica Yusef4 & Andrea Oviedo2

CAP. 5 - Survey of Mitochondrial dnA Markers in Populations of Ceratitis capitata (Wiedmann) from tunisia
S. Elfekih1, D.S. Haymer2, J. Mediouni3, M.R. Hajlaoui3 and M. Makni1

CAP. 6 - Aromatherapy and Medfly SIt
Todd E. Shelly

CAP. 7 - Development of Improved Attractants and their Integration Into Fruit Fly Management Programmes
P Sookar, S Permalloo, M Alleck & SI Seewooruthun

CAP. 8 - Response of Anastrepha suspensa to liquid Protein Baits and Synthetic lure Formulations
Nancy D. Epsky, Paul E. Kendra, & Robert R. Heath

CAP. 9  - Use of Alpha-Ionol + cade oil for detection and Monitoring of Bactrocera latifrons (diptera: tephritidae) Populations
Grant T. McQuate1, Aimé H. Bokonon-Ganta2, and Eric B. Jang1

Cap. 10 - Effect of plant chemicals on the behavior of the Mediterranean fruit fly
Papadopoulos1, N. T., N. A. Kouloussis2, and B. I. Katsoyannos2

Cap. 11 - Isolation, Identification and determination of the Biological Activity of candidate Fruit Volatile components from Argania spinosa L. (Sapotacea)
Bakri A.1, B.D. Dueben2, A.T. Proveaux2, and R.R. Heath2

Cap. 12  - A review of hymenopterous Parasitoid guilds Attacking Anastrepha spp. and Ceratitis capitata
(diptera: tephritidae) in Argentina
Sergio M. Ovruski, Luis E. Oroño, Segundo Núñez-Campero,
Pablo Schliserman, Patricia Albornoz-Medina, Laura P. Bezdjian,
Guido A. Van Nieuwenhove & Cristina B. Martin

Cap. 13 - Use of Beauveria bassiana and Metarhizium anisopliae for Fruit Fly control: A novel Approach
Jorge Toledo1, Pablo Liedo1, Salvador Flores2, Sergio E. Campos3,
Antonio Villaseñor3 and Pablo Montoya2

Cap. 14 - Advances and Perspectives in the Mass rearing of Fruit Fly Parasitoids in Mexico
Jorge Cancino & Pablo Montoya

Cap. 15 - “More than two”: Integrating Biological control and Sterile Insects, from Factory to Field, and the Possibility of its Implementation in Argentina
Jorge L. Cladera1, Mariana M. Viscarret1, M. Alejandra Soria2, Leonela Z.
Carabajal Paladino1, Alejandro Pietrek1, Sergio M. Ovruski2

Cap. 16 - biological control of olive fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) by releases of Psyttalia cf. concolor (Hymenoptera: braconidae) in california, parasitoid longevity in presence of the Host, and Host status of Walnut Husk fly
Victoria Y. Yokoyama1, Pedro A. Rendón2 & John Sivinski3

Cap. 17 - Field testing of a Prototype Acoustic device for detection of Mediterranean Fruit Flies Flying into a trap
R. W. Mankin1 , R. Machan2, and R. Jones2

Cap. 18 - Mango resistance to Fruit Flies.
II resistance of the Alfa cultivar
Rossetto, C.J.1, N. Bortoletto1, J.M.M. Walder2, T. de A. Mastrângelo2, C.R.L. Carvalho3, J.V. de Castro3, A.C. de Q. Pinto4 and A.L. Cortelazzo5

Cap.19 - Three Promising Fungal Strains Pathogenic to Fruit Flies
T. Jiji,* R. Praveena, Kavitha Babu, A. Naseema and N. Anitha

Cap. 20 - Pre and Post harvest IPM for the Mango Fruit Fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (hendel)
Abraham Verghese*, K. Sreedevi and D. K. Nagaraju

Cap. 21 - Infestation of grape Vitis vinifera by Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) (diptera: tephritidae) in Sub-Medium Sao Francisco Valley, Brazil
Tuffi C. Habibe1, Rodrigo E. Viana2, Antonio S. Nascimento3, Beatriz A. J.
Paranhos4, Francisca Nemaura P. Haji4 , Raimundo S. Carvalho5 ,
Ítala Cruz Damasceno2 e Aldo Malavasi2

Cap. 22 - Neosilba (tephritoidea: lonchaeidae) Species reared from coffee in Brazil, with description of a new Species
Pedro Carlos Strikis1 & Ângelo Pires do Prado2

Cap. 23 - Fruit Fly Pests as Pollinators of Wild orchids
K. H. Tan

Cap. 24 - Update of host Plant list of Anastrepha fraterculus and Ceratitis capitata in Argentina
Luis E. Oroño, Patricia Albornoz-Medina, Segundo Núñez-Campero,
Guido A. Van Nieuwenhove, Laura P. Bezdjian, Cristina B. Martin,
Pablo Schliserman & Sergio M. Ovruski

Cap. 25 - ovarian development in a laboratory Strain of the caribbean Fruit Fly, Anastrepha suspensa (diptera: tephritidae)
Paul E. Kendra, Wayne S. Montgomery, Nancy D. Epsky, & Robert R. Heath

Cap. 26 - Status of Fruit Flies (diptera: tephritidae) in côte d’Ivoire and Implications for Mango Exports
Hala N. 1, Quilici S. 2, Gnago A. J. 3, N’Depo O. R.1, N’Da Adopo A. 1, Kouassi P.4, Allou K. 1

Cap.27 - Ecological relationship of Medfly and coffee in guatemala and Mexico
David Midgarden1 and Estuardo Lira2

Cap.28 - relative Incidence of Bactrocera cucurbitae (coquillett) and Dacus ciliatus loew on cucurbitaceous Vegetables
N. K. Krishna Kumar*, Abraham Verghese, B. Shivakumara,
P. N. Krishnamoorthy and H. R. Ranganath

Cap.29 -  control of Medfly by SIt in the nereva river Valley
Mario Bjeliš*,Višnja Ljubetiæ**, Nevenka Novosel***

Cap.30 - An Area Wide control of Fruit Flies in Mauritius
P Sookar, S Permalloo, B Gungah, M Alleck, S I Seewooruthun and A R Soonnoo,

Cap.31 - The South African Fruit Fly Action Plan – Area-wide Suppression and Exotic Species Surveillance
Brian N. Barnes1 & Jan-Hendrik Venter2

Cap.32 - Quarantine cold treatments for Ceratitis capitata and Anastrepha fraterculus (diptera: tephritidae) for citrus in Argentina: conclusions After 10 years of research
Eduardo Willink1, Gerardo Gastaminza1, Analía Salvatore1, M. Cecilia Gramajo2,
Mariana Aceñolaza2, Rosana Avila2 & Paola Favre2

Cap.33 - Using Mass-release of Engineered Insects to Manage Insecticide resistance
Nina Alphey1,2,+, Paul G. Coleman2,3,+, Christl A. Donnelly4 and Luke Alphey1,2,*

Cap. 34 - New genetic tools for Improving SIt in Ceratitis capitata: Embryonic lethality and Sperm Marking
Marc F. Schetelig1, Francesca Scolari2, Alfred M. Handler3, Giuliano Gasperi2 & Ernst A. Wimmer1

Cap. 35 - The FAo/IAEA Interactive Spreadsheet for design and operation of Insect Mass rearing Facilities
Carlos CácereS1 and Pedro Rendon2

Cap. 36 - Sterile Medfly Males of the tSL Vienna 8 genetic Sexing Strain display Improved Mating Performance With ginger root oil
Beatriz Jordão Paranhos1, Donald McInnis2, Keiko Uramoto3, Ítala Damasceno4, Nilmara Gonçalves5, Renata Morelli Alves1-4, Maria de Lourdes Costa6, Júlio Walder6, Aldo Malavasi4, Antônio Nascimento7

Cap. 37 - Genetic technologies to Enhance the Sterile Insect technique (SIt)
Luke Alphey1,2,3, Pam Baker1, Rosemary S. Burton2, George C. Condon1, Kirsty C. Condon1,2, Tarig H. Dafa’alla1, Matthew J. Epton2, Guoliang Fu1, Peng Gong2, Li Jin1,2, Geneviève Labbé1, Neil I. Morrison1,2, Derric D. Nimmo1, Sinead O’Connell1, Caroline E. Phillips1, Andrew Plackett1, Sarah Scaife1, and Alexander Woods1,2.

Cap. 38 - new Egg Shipping container for decentralized Medfly Sterile Male Pupae Production
Kozánek M.1, Vidlièka ¼.1, Morávek I.2, Quintal C.3, Pašková M.1, Eyles D.K.4,5

Cap. 39 - Establishment of a colony of Anastrepha ludens (diptera: tephritidae) under relaxed Mass-rearing conditions in Mexico
1Dina Orozco-Davila, Refugio Hernández, Eduardo Solís, J. Luis Quintero, and Julio Domínguez.