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Subject: First report of Anastrepha compressa Stone in Mexico
Date posted: May 16, 2003
Source: Florida Entomologist
Anastrepha compressa Stone was reported, for the first time, in Mexico (Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula). This represents a northern expansion of its range from Central America. A. compressa is native to Panama (La Campaña, El Cermaño and Balboa) and is known to occur in Venezuela. Little is known about A. compressa and its host plant(s).

For more detail see:
HernandezOrtiz,V., ManriqueSaide,P., DelfinGonzalez, H., NoveloRincon,L. 2002. First report of Anastrepha compressa in Mexico and new records for other Anastrepha species in the Yucatan Peninsula (Diptera: Tephritidae). Florida Entomologist 85: 389391.

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