Contact: Andy Fell
University of California - Davis
Caption: Drosophilasuzukii, spotted wing Drosophila, is the only known pests among thousands of species of Drosophila fruit flies. The females use a large ovipositor to make holes in the skins of fruit to lay their eggs.
Credit: Joel Atallah, UC Davis
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