Video outlines research project to track spotted wing drosophila movement across agricultural landscapes. SWD dispersal between wild Himalayan blackberry borders and field crops is being studied with a liquid egg white isect mark.
Seasonal Distribution in Oregon
Summary of SCRI-funded research results from year 3 of the project. It was developed from updated reports and presentations at the 11/2012 SWD Stakeholder Advisory Committee Meeting.
Recognize fruit damage from spotted wing drosophila, Drosophila suzukii. 2010. Walton, V., J. Lee, D. Bruck, P. Shearer, E. Parent, T. Whitney, A. J. Dreves. 2010. OSU Extension Publication EM 9021.
Dichotomous Key (courtesy of ODA)
SWD ID Card (courtesy of UC Berkeley and UC Cooperative Extension)
Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD) Monitoring, Identifying, and Fruit Sampling (courtesy of WSU Extension)
We've compiled a list of the most frequently-used resources, reports, and bulletins used by growers and other affected by SWD.
How to distinguish larvae of spotted wing drosophila from those of cherry fruit fly
This photo document details visual differences in late-instar larvae of western cherry fruit fly and spotted wing drosophila.
Produced by Dr. Peter Shearer and Preston Brown, OSU MCAREC
Statewide SWD Realtime Mapping - Maps by county for Oregon
SWD Degree Day Phenology Model - Forecasted development of SWD population by degree days
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