Host-plant location by the Guatemalan potato moth

Chemoecology (2017-09-26)
Miriam Frida Karlsson, Magali Proffit, Göran Birgersson

Insects locate their host plants using mainly visual and olfactory cues, generally of the exploited plant structure. However, when the resource is difficult to access, it could be beneficial to utilise indirect cues, which indicates the presence of reward (e.g., oviposition site or mate). In the present study, we investigated the host-plant location strategy of the monophagous Guatemalan potato moth

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Sabinene, natural, 75%