A FIELD TEST FOR HOST‐PLANT DEPENDENT SELECTION ON LARVAE OF THE APPLE MAGGOT FLY, RHAGOLETIS POMONELLA

@article{Filchak1999AFT,
  title={A FIELD TEST FOR HOST‐PLANT DEPENDENT SELECTION ON LARVAE OF THE APPLE MAGGOT FLY, RHAGOLETIS POMONELLA},
  author={Kenneth E. Filchak and J. Feder and J. Roethele and Uwe Stolz and J. Mallet},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1999},
  volume={53}
}
Host‐plant dependent fitness trade‐offs refer to traits that enhance the performance of an insect on one plant species to its detriment on others. Such trade‐offs are central to models of sympatric speciation via host shifts, but have proven difficult to empirically demonstrate. 
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