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Systematic, Evolutionary and Ecological Implications of Myrmecophily Within the Lycaenidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea)

Monograph
By: Konrad Fiedler(Author)
210 pages, 19 tables
Systematic, Evolutionary and Ecological Implications of Myrmecophily Within the Lycaenidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea)
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A quantitative study of the behavioural interactions of 7 European Lycaenidae and 1 Riodinidae species with 2 ant species revealed significant differences between myrmecophilous and myrmecoxenous caterpillars. A functional dorsal nectary organ is decisive for stable ant-associations. Further aspects of the function of the myrmecophilous organs, and the application of the proposed experimental method to comparative surveys are discussed.

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Monograph
By: Konrad Fiedler(Author)
210 pages, 19 tables
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