Olfactory learning of plant genotypes by a polyphagous insect predator


Olfactory learning may allow insects to forage optimally by more efficiently finding and using favourable food sources. Although olfactory learning has been shown in bees, insect herbivores and parasitoids, there are fewer examples from polyphagous predators. In this study, olfactory learning by a predatory coccinellid beetle is reported for the first time… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00442-010-1892-x


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