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- Kruidhof, H. M.; Roberts, A. L.; Magdaraog, P.; Muñoz, D.; Gols, R.; Vet, L. E. M.; Hoffmeister, T. S.; Harvey, J. A.
- Oecologia 2015 v.179 no.2 pp. 353-361
- food plants, etc ; Barbarea vulgaris; Cotesia glomerata; Sinapis arvensis; females; foraging; habitats; host plants; insects; learning; odors; oviposition; parasitic wasps; vegetation; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... It is well known that many parasitic wasps use herbivore-induced plant odours (HIPVs) to locate their inconspicuous host insects, and are often able to distinguish between slight differences in plant odour composition. However, few studies have examined parasitoid foraging behaviour under (semi-)field conditions. In nature, food plants of parasitoid hosts are often embedded in non-host-plant assem ...
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