Male-Produced Pheromone of the Green Lacewing, Chrysopa nigricornis

@article{Zhang2006MaleProducedPO,
  title={Male-Produced Pheromone of the Green Lacewing, Chrysopa nigricornis},
  author={Q. H. Zhang and Rodney G. Schneidmiller and Doreen R. Hoover and Kevin Young and Dewayne O. Welshons and Armenak Margaryan and Jeffrey Richard Aldrich and Kamlesh Chauhan},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={32},
  pages={2163-2176}
}
Gas chromatographic–electroantennographic detection (GC–EAD) analysis showed that male antennae of the green lacewing, Chrysopa nigricornis Burmeister, the most common lacewing species in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, consistently responded to two compounds in thoracic extracts of conspecific males: 1-tridecene and (1R,2S,5R,8R)-iridodial. These compounds were not detected in extracts of the abdominal cuticle, and no other antennally active compounds were found in the abdominal samples. In field… CONTINUE READING
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