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Vibrational Communication and the Ecology of Group-Living, Herbivorous Insects

振动传播与群体生活的草食性昆虫的生态学

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Integrative and Comparative Biology 期刊
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学术文献
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英文
原文发布日期:
2001-10-01
摘要:
Communication among members of a colony is a key feature of the success of eusocial insects. The same may be true in other forms of insect sociality. I suggest that substrate-borne vibrational communication is important in the success of group-living, herbivorous insects. I examine three challenges encountered by herbivorous insects: locating and remaining in a group of conspecifics; locating food resources; and avoiding predation. Studies of groups of immature treehoppers, sawflies and butterflies suggest that vibrational communication can be important in each of these contexts, enhancing the ability of these group-living herbivores to exploit the resources of their host plants.
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