Desiccation of Pinus foliage induced by conifer sawfly oviposition: effect on egg viability

@article{Codella2002DesiccationOP,
  title={Desiccation of Pinus foliage induced by conifer sawfly oviposition: effect on egg viability},
  author={S. G. Codella and K. Raffa},
  journal={Ecological Entomology},
  year={2002},
  volume={27}
}
Abstract 1. Desiccation of needles following oviposition by Neodiprion lecontei in Pinus resinosa caused high egg mortality. Eight‐five per cent of pine needles into which sawflies oviposited subsequently desiccated, compared with 2.5% of needles without eggs. No larval emergence occurred from desiccated needles. 
Oviposition traits generate extrinsic postzygotic isolation between two pine sawfly species
A Plant Notices Insect Egg Deposition and Changes Its Rate of Photosynthesis1

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