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8th International Symposium on Fruit Flies of Economic Importance

Valencia (Spain), 26th September—1st October

Web master: Beatriz SABATER MUÑOZ

  The working group of  Tephritid Workers of Europe, Africa and the Middle East (TEAM) will celebrate its 2nd International Symposium on July 3-6, 2012.


This event will be focused on Biological Invasions of Tephritidae with special enphasis on its Ecologial and Economical impacts.  The meting will be host by the Orthodox Academy of Crete, at Kolymbari (Greece) and organized by a local committee chaired by Dr. Nikos Papadopoulos.


Second announcement here


Important dates:

March 30, early-bird registration

May 15, abstract deadline

July 3, full paper deadline


For more information please visit the web page


The working group of the Western Hemisphere will celebrate its 8th meeting on 2012 at Panamá city.


 The meeting organized by the TWWH, chaired by Dr. Pablo Liedo, will be host by the Republic of Panamá Plant Protection Service.

The goal of this meeting is to facilitate communication among scientists and action people from the Western hemisphere, to promote and identify priorities in fruit fly control programs.


Important dates:

February 28—abstract deadline and early-bird registration


For more information please visit the web page


The 9th International Symposium on Fruit Flies of Economic Importance will be hosted by the Department of Agricultural Extension of the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives of Thailand, chaired by Mr. Ath Intalak with the coordination of Dr. Watchreeporn Orankanok.   


 Under the theme “Cordial strong bond beyond fruit fly work”, the meeting will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, on April 20-25, 2014. Beyond this technical meeting and excursions, all participants will enjoy the unique Thai culture, so think about reserving some more days to spend in this beautiful country.



For more information and for read the first circular and invitation letter please visit the web page

Links to Fruit fly sites

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