Host Search behaviour by Rhagoletis pomonella files: inter‐tree movement patterns in response to wind‐borne fruit volatiles under filed conditions

@inproceedings{Aluja1992HostSB,
  title={Host Search behaviour by Rhagoletis pomonella files: inter‐tree movement patterns in response to wind‐borne fruit volatiles under filed conditions},
  author={Mart{\'i}N. Aluja and Ronald J. Prokopy},
  year={1992}
}
. Responses of Rhagoletis pomonella (Wash) (Diptera: Tephritidae) to synthetic host fruit violates were studied in the field. Individually marked females were released in the centre of a 25 m2 patch containing twenty-five host trees (Crataegus mollis var, toba) and followed as they moved within and between trees. Fly response to three experimental conditions was studied: (1) ‘clean’ air; (2) synthetic host fruit violates (apple) permeating the patch; and (3) a single point source of odour… CONTINUE READING

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