Social stimuli affect juvenile hormone during breeding in biparental burying beetles (Silphidae: Nicrophorus).

@article{Scott2004SocialSA,
  title={Social stimuli affect juvenile hormone during breeding in biparental burying beetles (Silphidae: Nicrophorus).},
  author={Michelle Pellissier Scott and S. Carmen Panaitof},
  journal={Hormones and behavior},
  year={2004},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={159-67}
}
Extended biparental care is rare in insects but provides an excellent opportunity to investigate the interaction between the endocrine system and the physical and social environment in the regulation of this behavior. Burying beetles (Nicrophorus spp.) have facultative biparental care and depend on locating a small vertebrate carcass that they bury and prepare as food for their young. Commonly, both male and female Nicrophorus orbicollis remain in the burial chamber after eggs hatch to feed and… CONTINUE READING

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