Host-Parasitoid Population Interactions

@article{Hassell1984HostParasitoidPI,
  title={Host-Parasitoid Population Interactions},
  author={M. Hassell and J. Waage},
  journal={Annual Review of Entomology},
  year={1984},
  volume={29},
  pages={89-114}
}
  • M. Hassell, J. Waage
  • Published 1984
  • Biology
  • Annual Review of Entomology
  • )). develop singly in or on their hosts; gregarious species develop in groups from eggs laid during one or more ovipositions. Parasitoids thus differ from true predators, which have free-living larval stages and nonnally require more than one prey item to complete their development. As a group, insect parasitoids make up at least 14% of the one million or so known insect species Species diversity is greatest in the Hymenoptera, with over 200,000 species, and in certain dipteran families such as… CONTINUE READING
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