3441. Guava Fruit Fly

State Interior Quarantine

A.     Pest. A quarantine is established against the following pest, its hosts, and possible carriers: Guava Fruit Fly (Bactrocera correcta).

 

B.    Area Under Quarantine.

 

(1) In Los Angeles County: Beginning at the intersection of Central Avenue and W Alondra Boulevard; then, starting easterly along said boulevard to its intersection with S Wilmington Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with W Rosecrans Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with N Oleander Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Pear Street; then, northeasterly along said street to its intersection with E Winona Street; then, northeasterly along said street to its intersection with an Imaginary Line; then, northeasterly along said line to its intersection with E Winona Street; then, northeasterly along said street to its intersection with S Mona Boulevard; then, northerly along said boulevard to its intersection with E El Segundo Boulevard; then, easterly along said boulevard to its intersection with N Santa Fe Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with State Street; then, northerly along said street to its intersection with Interstate 105; then, southeasterly along said interstate to its intersection with Long Beach Boulevard; then, northerly along said boulevard to its intersection with Mulford Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Birch Street; then, northerly along said street to its intersection with E Imperial Highway; then, easterly along said highway to its intersection with Pine Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Pendleton Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Saint James Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Abbott Road; then, easterly along said road to its intersection with Interstate 710; then, northeasterly along said interstate to its intersection with Miller Way; then, easterly along said way to its intersection with Garfield Avenue; then, northeasterly along said avenue to its intersection with Southern Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Stewart and Gray Road; then, southeasterly along said road to its intersection with Paramount Boulevard; then, northeasterly along said boulevard to its intersection with De Palma Street; then, southeasterly along said street to its intersection with Downey Avenue; then, northeasterly along said avenue to its intersection with Cleta Street; then, southeasterly along said street to its intersection with Lakewood Boulevard; then, northeasterly along said boulevard to its intersection with Southern Pacific Rail Road; then, southeasterly along said railroad to its intersection with Orr and Day Road; then, southerly along said road to its intersection with Ratliffe Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with McRae Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with Foster Road; then, easterly along said road to its intersection with Flallon Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with  with Rosecrans Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Elaine Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with Hopland Street; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Norwalk Boulevard; then, southerly along said boulevard to its intersection with Carson Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Interstate 605; then, southerly along said interstate to its intersection with E Wardlow Road; then, westerly along said road to its intersection with N Studebaker Road; then, southerly along said road to its intersection with E Spring Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Palo Verde Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Willow Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Clark Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Stearns Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Redondo Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Hill Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Temple Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Skyline Drive; then, westerly along said drive to its intersection with E Burnett Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Orange Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Willow Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with E Sepulveda Boulevard; then, northwesterly along said boulevard to its intersection with S Alameda Street; then, northeasterly along said street to its intersection with E Carson Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with S Wilmington Avenue; then, northeasterly along said avenue to its intersection with E Del Amo Boulevard; then, westerly along said boulevard to its intersection with Central Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to the point of the beginning. 

 

C.    Articles and Commodities Covered. The following are declared to be hosts and possible carriers of Bactrocera correcta.

 

1.     All fruit, nuts, vegetables, or berries of the following:

 

Scientific Name

Common Name

Anacardium occidentale

cashew

Areca catechu

areca palm

Artocarpus chama

chaplasha

Artocarpus integer

chempedak

Averrhoa carambola

carambola, star fruit

Baccaurea racemosa

kapundung, menteng

Benincasa hispida

winter-melon

Bouea macrophylla

gandaria, ma prang

Bouea oppositifolia

mariantree, plum-mango

Capparis sepiaria

 

Capparis thorelii

cáp thorel

Careya arborea

slow match tree, kumbhi

Careya sphaerica

kra doon

Carica papaya

papaya

Carissa carandas

Bengal-currants, karanda

Citrus maxima

pummelo

Citrus reticulata

mandarin (tangerine)

Clausena lansium

wampi

Coccinia grandis

ivy gourd

Coffea canephora

robusta coffee

Cucumis melo

cantaloupe, honeydew melon

Dimocarpus longan

 

Elaeocarpus hygrophilus

Spanish Plum

Flacourtia indica

governor’s plum, Indian- plum

Flacourtia jangomas

greater krekup, Indian-plum

Flueggea virosa

Chinese waterberry, common bushweed

Garcinia dulcis

Claude mangosteen, eggtree

Garcinia xanthochymus

sour mangosteen

Heynea trijuga

buah pasat, kalibaian

Irvingia malayana

bok, pau kinjang

Knema angustifolia

horse blood

Lepisanthes fruiticosa

 

Luffa aegyptiaca

smooth loofah, sponge gourd

Madhuca longifolia

mahua, mowra-buttertree

Maerua siamensis

 

Malpighia emarginata

Barbados or West Indian cherry

Malpighia glabra

aceerola

Mangifera indica

mango

Manilkara zapota

sapodilla

Mimusops elengi

medlar, Spanish-cherry

Muntingia calabura

calabur-tree

strawberry-tree

 

Musa x paradisiacal

banana, plantain

Olax scadens

namchai Khrai

Opuntia monacantha

drooping prickly-pear

Phyllanthus acidus

gooseberry-tree

Polyalthia longifolia

cemetery or mast tree

Prunus avium

sweet cherry

Prunus cerasus

sour cherry

Prunus persica

peach

Prunus persica var. nectarine

nectarine

Prunus salicina

Japanese plum

Psidium guajava

guava

Sandoricum koetjape

red sentol, sentol

Schoepfia fragrans

xiang fu mu

Spondias dulcis

golden-apple, makopa

Spondias pinnata

hog-plum

Strychnos potatorum

clearing-nut-tree

Syzygium aqueum

water apple, watery rose-apple

Syzygium borneense

kelat, kerian

Syzygium cumini

Java plum, jambolana

Syzygium jambos

jambos, rose-apple

Syzygium malaccense

Malay or mountain--apple

Syzygium nervosum

Daly River satin ash

Syzygium samarangense

Java-apple, water-apple

Terminalia bellirica

myrobalan

Terminalia catappa

tropical or Indian almond

Trichosanthes costata

ribbed orange gourd

Trichosanthes cucumerina

annual or club gourd

Vitis vinifera

European grape

Ziziphus jujuba

Chinese-date, jujube

Ziziphus mauritiana

Chinese-date, jujube

Ziziphus nummularia

jujube

Ziziphus oenoplia

jackal jujube

 

2.       Soil within the drip area of plants producing, or which have produced fruit, vegetables or berries as listed in (C.1) above.

3.       Any other produce, article, or means of conveyance when it is determined by the Secretary or County Agricultural Commissioner to present a hazard of spreading live life stages of guava fruit fly and the person in possession thereof has been so notified.

 

D.    Restriction on Movement, Possession and sale of Commodities Covered.

 

1.     At the wholesale leve, articles and commodities covered in subsection (c) are prohibited movement within or from the area under quarantine except as provide din (a) or (b) below:

a.     If the article or commodity has been treated in a manner approved by the Department to eliminate guava fruit fly, is transported in a manner to preclude exposure to guava fruit fly, and is accompanied by a written certificate issued by an authorized State or county agricultural official affirming compliance with this subsection; or,

b.     The article or commodity is moving for treatment for guava fruit fly or processing and in a manner approved by the Department to preclude exposure to guava fruit fly and is accompanied by a written certificate issued by an authorized State or county agricultural official affirming such movement has been authorized under this subsection.

2.     At the wholesale level, articles and commodities covered in subsection (ac) which have been commercially produced outside the area under quarantine are prohibited movement into the area under quarantine except when accompanied by a shipping document indicating the point of origin and destination and moved in compliance with (a), (b), or (c) below:

a.     If the article or commodity is moving directly through the area under quarantine without delay and by a direct route in an enclosed vehicle or container or completely enclosed by a covering to prevent exposure to the guava fruit fly while en route through the area; or

b.     The article or commodity is destined to a wholesale or retail establishment within the quarantined area and, if moving between 9 a.m. and sunset, is transported in an enclosed vehicle or container or completely enclosed by a covering to prevent exposure to the guava fruit fly; or

c.     The article or commodity is destined to a commercial processing facility.

3.     At the retail level, articles and commodities covered which have been commercially produced are prohibited movement from or within the area under quarantine except when the person in possession has a sales slip or other comparable document showing the commodity was purchased from a commercial establishment.

4.     Articles and commodities covered which have been noncommercially produced within the area under quarantine, including “backyard” production, are prohibited movement from the premises where grown except under written authorization of the Department or county agricultural commissioner.

5.     Articles and commodities covered which have been noncommercially produced outside the area under quarantine are prohibited movement into the area under quarantine except when the person in possession has signed a statement showing the commodity , amount, origin, destination, and date of transportation.

6.     Within the area under quarantine, no wholesale or retail establishment shall handle, sell, or offer for sale any article or commodity covered unless such commodities at all times are maintained in a manner approved by the Department to preclude exposure to guava fruit fly. No commodity covered shall be held for sale or sold from a truck, trailer, or other mobile vehicle.