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The ecology and evolution of male reproductive behaviour in the bees and wasps
Males of aculeate Hymenoptera differ in the behavioural adaptations employed to locate and secure mates. The ecological and evolutionary bases of these differences are explored in this paper. MaleExpand
Nectar Robbing and Pollination of Lantana camara (Verbenaceae)
Floral robbers are categorized as nectar-foraging, nectar-foraging-perforating, and pollen-foraging. Trigona fulviventris is a nectar-foraging-perforating robber of yellow flowers of Lantana camara.Expand
Sexual behavior in the Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica, and comparative notes on sexual behavior of other scarabs (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)
The majority of pairs of Popillia japonica follow the same sequence of sexual behaviors: The male approaches the female, mounts her, intromits, withdraws his genitalia, and remains mounted on her.Expand
Lateral Dispersal of Adult Aquatic Insects (Plecoptera, Trichoptera) following Emergence from Headwater Streams in Forested Appalachian Catchments
We monitored the lateral dispersal of adult Plecoptera and Trichoptera following emergence from 4 headwater streams that drain adjoining forested catchments on the Allegheny Plateau of West Virginia.Expand
Mating behavior in halictine bees (Hymenoptera: Halictidae): III. Copulatory behavior and olfactory communication
SummaryOf the eight species of halictine bees whose mating behavior was studied,Augochlora pura (Augochlorini) andLasioglossum zephyrum (Halictini) were investigated in the greatest detail. HalictineExpand
Effects of weather conditions and trap types on sampling for richness and abundance of forest macrolepidoptera
In a 3-yr study (1991–1993), we compared blacklight and Townes-style Malaise traps for assessing richness and abundance of forest macrolepidoptera in 4 small watersheds in the Fernow ExperimentalExpand
Male territoriality in the carpenter bee Xylocopa virginica virginica
Abstract Males of the carpenter bee Xylocopa v. virginica are territorial at nest sites, food plants, and landmarks such as boulders and houses. Their territories are defined as hover spaces of aboutExpand
Some Factors Affecting Population Size of the Bagworm, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Lepidoptera: Psychidae)
Some factors which affect the population size of Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Haworth) were studied by inspection of its cases collected from the field in witer. Average fecundity, frequency ofExpand
Individually distinctive odors in an invertebrate
Males of Lasioglossum zephyrum demonstrated that females have odors which are characteristic of individuals. In a sequence of presentations of odors of individual females, male response toward odorExpand
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