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Species and sexual differences in behavioural responses of a specialist and generalist parasitoid species to host-related volatiles
Bulletin of entomological research
The relationship between the degree of specialization of parasitoids and their responses to host-related volatiles is an important and current evolutionary question. Specialist parasitoids which have evolved to attack fewer host species are predicted to be more responsive to host-related volatiles than generalists. We tested the above prediction by comparing behavioural responses of both sexes of two parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) with different degrees of host specificity, Microplitisdoi:10.1017/s0007485312000326 pmid:22647466 fatcat:7reo2qg5z5h57lco5tuvjopvva