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The Citrus fruit borer (Citripestis sagittiferella) is a snout moth. Its larvae feed on oranges and tangerines. This moth has been observed in Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and The Philippines. Adults are grey-brown with yellow to grey-brown forewings and translucent hindwings.

The Fruit Tree Borer (Maroga melanostigma) is native to Australia. Its wingspan is 4 cm. Its larvae feed on various trees, including orange, apricot, peach, apple, grapes, figs, raspberry and sweet cherry. They are parasitized by Trichogramma carverae.

The Citrus Blackfly (Aleurocanthus woglumi) is a whitefly that is a common pest of oranges. Its eggs may be used to mass-rear Mallada boninensis.[1]

Diaphorina citri feeds on oranges, secretes honeydew and is also a vector of citrus greening disease. Natural enemies: Mallada boninensis, Menochilus sexmaculatus, Serangium sp., Geocoris sp. and the endoparasitoids Diaphorencyrtus diaphorenae and Tamarixia radiata. [2]

The Citrus leaf miner (Phyllocnistis citrella). Natural enemy: Mallada boninensis. Individuals averagely consumed 149 larvae of the Citrus leaf miner.[3]