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Notificaciones oficiales de plagas

Las Organizaciones Nacionales de Protección Fitosanitaria de la región de la NAPPO proporcionan las Notificaciones oficiales de plagas. Dichas notificaciones tienen la finalidad de cumplir con la norma de la Convención Internacional de Protección Fitosanitaria sobre Notificación de plagas, aprobada por la Comisión Interina de Medidas Fitosanitarias en marzo de 2002:

USA Flag Anastrepha ludens (Mexican Fruit Fly): APHIS Removes the Quarantine in the Long Beach Area of Los Angeles County, California
Publicada: 08/05/2019
Persona de contacto: Not available

Effective July 25, 2019 the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) removed the Mexican fruit fly (Anastrepha ludens, Mexfly) quarantine in the Long Beach area of Los Angeles County, California.

On October 25, 2018 APHIS and CDFA established a Mexfly quarantine in a regulated area of Long Beach, California, restricting interstate movement of regulated articles from this area to prevent the spread of Mexfly to non-infested areas of the United States. This action was necessary after CDFA staff trapped and confirmed a mated female Mexfly on October 25 in the Long Beach area of California. A second mated female Mexfly was confirmed October 26 in close proximity to the first. Since that time, APHIS has worked cooperatively with the CDFA to eradicate the transient Mexfly population through various control actions per program protocols.  APHIS removed the quarantine area after three Mexfly life-cycles elapsed with negative detections in this area. 

The removal of this quarantine area is reflected on the following designated website, which contains a description of all the current Federal fruit fly quarantine areas:

Under IPPC Standards, Anastrepha ludens is considered to be a pest that is transient, actionable, and under eradication in the United States.

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