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Spotted wing drosophila male (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf15]

Spotted wing drosophila female (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf14]

Female spotted wing drosophila ovipositing in a sweet cherry (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf22]

Female drosophila ovipositing on fruit (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf23]

Spotted wing drosophila female on cherry (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf12]

Spotted wing drosophila female on cherry (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf13]

Spotted wing drosophila female on cherry (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf18]

Spotted wing drosophila on cherry (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf19]

Spotted wing drosophila female (note extended ovipositor) (E. Beers, Feb. 2011) [SWDf35]

Male spotted wing drosophila on cherry (E. Beers, Feb. 2011) [SWDf37]

Spotted wing drosophila female feeds on cut surface of apricot (E. Beers, 26 May 2011) [SWDf45]

Female spotted wing drosophila cauda, showing ovipositor (E. Beers, Feb. 2011) [SWDf36]

Female spotted wing drosophila (E. Beers, Feb 2011) [SWDf38]

Ovipositing female spotted wing drosophila (E. Beers, February 2011) [SWDf40]

SWD female oviposits in fruit... (E. Beers, February 2011) [SWDf46]

...leaving respiratory spiracles protruding from fruit (E. Beers, February 2011) [SWDf47]

Ovipositor of spotted wing drosophila female (note serrations) (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf3]

Spotted wing drosophila ovipositor and egg (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf16]

Female spotted wing drosophila with egg protruding from ovipositor (note breathing tubes on egg) (E. Beers, September 2010) [SWDf29]

Egg coming out of ovipositor (closeup) (E. Beers, September 2010) [SWDf31]

Spotted wing drosophila egg (E. Beers, September 2010) [SWDf30]

Oviposition holes in cherry with the egg's breathing tubes protruding from the hole (E. Beers, September 2010) [SWDf32]

Breathing tubes (closeup) (E. Beers, September 2010) [SWDf33]

Drosophila eggs in cherry (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf26]

Drosophila eggs in chery (closeup; note breathing tubes). (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf25]

Hatched eggs (blue arrow) and young larvae (yellow arrows). (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf27]

Newly hatched (1st instar) Drosophila larvae. (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf28]

Spotted wing drosophila larva; note extended caudal spiracles on the left side of the photo (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf4]

Spotted wing drosophila larvae showing internal breathing tubes and caudal spiracles (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf6]

Closeup of caudal spiracles (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf7]

Drosophila larva with tip of abdoment protruding through a hole in the fruit (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf34]

Spotted wing drosophila larva on cherry fruit; note breathing holes (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf2]

Spotted wing drosophila pupa (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf8]

Spotted wing drosophila pupa - caudal end, closeup (caudal spiracles) (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf9]

Spotted wing drosophila pupa, side view (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf11]

Spotted wing drosophila pupa protruding from cherry fruit (E. Beers, July 2010) [SWDf17]

Spotted wing drosophila pupae with adult flies visible inside. (E. Beers, 17 February 2011) [SWDf44]

Deli cup bait trap for spotted wing drosophila (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf20]

Contech fruit fly trap (E. Beers, August 2010) [SWDf21]

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