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Table 3 Culture accessions of wild bacteria used as probiotics fed to B. tryoni larvae

From: A walk on the wild side: gut bacteria fed to mass-reared larvae of Queensland fruit fly [Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt)] influence development

SpeciesIsolateLocation of collectionHost tree species
Asaia sp. (Acetobacteriaceae, Proteobacteria)DAR 83288Douglas Park, New South WalesPrunus armeniaca (apricot)
Enterobacter sp. (Enterobacteriaceae, Proteobacteria)DAR 83287Redlands Research Station, QueenslandPrunus persica (peach)
Lactobacillus sp. (Lactobacillaceae, Firmicutes)DAR 83289Redlands Research Station, QueenslandPrunus persica (peach)
Leuconostoc sp. (Leuconostocaceae, Firmicutes)DAR 83290Redlands Research Station, QueenslandPrunus persica (peach)
  1. DAR New South Wales Plant Pathology Herbarium, Orange Agricultural Institute, Orange, New South Wales, Australia