Marc Hasenbank

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Mobile organisms frequently forage for patchy resources; e.g. herbivorous insects searching for host plants. The resource diffusion hypothesis predicts that insect herbivores, such as Pieris rapae butterflies, are disproportionally attracted to more isolated, or ‘diffused’, host plants. Surprisingly little is known about how this response to variation in(More)
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