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The Mating Behavior of Adults of the Sugi Bark Borer, Semanotus japonicus Lacordaire (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)
Nihon oyo dobutsu konchu gakkaishi
To ascertain the mating behavior of the sugi bark borer, Semanotus japonicus, adults were released at varying densities on live standing Japanese cedars in a wood, and their mate searching behavior, mounting behavior, and copulation were observed continuously for 24 hr individually. Mate encounters occurred mainly between actively-searching males and ovipositing females, resting females and/or walking females, but in rarer cases, between resting males and walking females. Even at lowerdoi:10.1303/jjaez.36.5 fatcat:6sdn77njmnezjexbeddk6velpy