Comparative population genetic study of two oligophagous insects associated with the same hosts

@article{Kerdelhu2006ComparativePG,
  title={Comparative population genetic study of two oligophagous insects associated with the same hosts},
  author={C Kerdelhu{\'e} and Emmanuelle Magnoux and François Lieutier and Alain Roques and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Rousselet},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={2006},
  volume={97},
  pages={38-45}
}
A parallel study of the genetic structure of two oligophagous species associated with the same hosts was conducted to determine the main factors shaping the distribution of genetic diversity. The bark beetle Tomicus piniperda and the pine processionary moth (PPM) Thaumetopoea pityocampa are both associated with the genus Pinus and belong to different guilds (xylophagous vs defoliating species). The PPM is an ectophagous species that feeds on the needles of living trees, whereas T. piniperda is… CONTINUE READING
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