NamingThe insect was eliminated from Miami-Dade County in Florida in February 2016, where it was detected in August 2015.
BehaviorMated female ''B. dorsalis'' punctures the skin of mature fruit and deposit eggs in few batches depending on the quality of the fruit. Eggs then hatch to larvae and moult twice while feeding on the flesh of the fruit. The third instar larvae exits the fruit and burrow into the soil to pupate. In a week or two the adult emerges from the pupae and within a week they became mature and mating continues.
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