On the consequences of aggressive male mate-locating behaviour and micro-climate for female host plant use in the butterfly Lycaena hippothoe

@article{Turlure2009OnTC,
  title={On the consequences of aggressive male mate-locating behaviour and micro-climate for female host plant use in the butterfly Lycaena hippothoe},
  author={Camille Turlure and Hans Van Dyck},
  journal={Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={63},
  pages={1581-1591}
}
The distribution of ecological resources and their significance for males and females may vary considerably. Intersexual behavioural interactions may lead, combined with particular resource configurations, to sexual spatial segregation. We investigated this issue relative to host plant use in females of the purple-edged copper butterfly, Lycaena hippothoe… CONTINUE READING