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    1. Egas, M; Sabelis, MW
      Adaptive learning of host preference in a herbivorous arthropod

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    2. Peeters, PJ; Read, J; Sanson, GD
      Variation in the guild composition of herbivorous insect assemblages amongco-occurring plant species

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    3. Kagata, H; Ohgushi, T
      Preference and performance linkage of a leaf-mining moth on different Salicaceae species

      POPULATION ECOLOGY
    4. Teder, T; Tammaru, T
      Large larvae of a flush-feeding moth (Epirrita autumnata, Lepidoptera : Geometridae) are not at a higher risk of parasitism: implications for the moth's life-history

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY
    5. Wang, Y; Oberley, LW; Murhammer, DW
      Antioxidant defense systems of two lipidopteran insect cell lines

      FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    6. Harrison, TL; Zangerl, AR; Schuler, MA; Berenbaum, MR
      Developmental variation in cytochrome P450 expression in Papilio polyxenesin response to xanthotoxin, a hostplant allelochemical

      ARCHIVES OF INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Catarino, LM; Serrano, MG; Cavazzana, M; Almeida, ML; Kaneshina, EK; Campaner, M; Jankevicius, JV; Teixeira, MMG; Itow-Jankevicius, S
      Classification of trypanosomatids from fruits and seeds using morphological, biochemical and molecular markers revealed several genera among fruit isolates

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    8. Harris, MO; Sandanayaka, M; Griffin, A
      Oviposition preferences of the Hessian fly and their consequences for the survival and reproductive potential of offspring

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    9. Luft, PA; Paine, TD; Redak, RA
      Limiting the potential for intraspecific competition: regulation of Triozaeugeniae oviposition on unexpanded leaf tissue

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    10. Ballabeni, P; Wlodarczyk, M; Rahier, M
      Does enemy-free space for eggs contribute to a leaf beetle's oviposition preference for a nutritionally inferior host plant?

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    11. Mayhew, PJ
      Herbivore host choice and optimal bad motherhood

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    12. Dollet, M; Sturm, NR; Campbell, DA
      The spliced leader RNA gene array in phloem-restricted plant trypanosomatids (Phytomonas) partitions into two major groupings: epidemiological implications

      PARASITOLOGY
    13. Bhattacharya, B; Banerjee, TC
      Factors affecting egg-laying behavior and fecundity of Callosobruchus chinensis (L.) (Coleoptera : Bruchidae) infesting stored pulses

      ORIENTAL INSECTS
    14. Katvala, M; Kaitala, A
      Egg performance on an egg-carrying bug. Experiments in the field

      OIKOS
    15. Cronin, JT; Abrahamson, WG; Craig, TP
      Temporal variation in herbivore host-plant preference and performance: constraints on host-plant adaptation

      OIKOS
    16. Ballabeni, P; Conconi, D; Gateff, S; Rahier, M
      Spatial proximity between two host plant species influences oviposition and larval distribution in a leaf beetle

      OIKOS
    17. Dorn, NJ; Cronin, G; Lodge, DM
      Feeding preferences and performance of an aquatic lepidopteran on macrophytes: plant hosts as food and habitat

      OECOLOGIA
    18. Stamp, N
      Enemy-free space via host plant chemistry and dispersion: assessing the influence of tri-trophic interactions

      OECOLOGIA
    19. Solarz, SL; Newman, RM
      Variation in hostplant preference and performance by the milfoil weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei Dietz, exposed to native and exotic watermilfoils

      OECOLOGIA
    20. Leskey, TC; Prokopy, RJ
      Adult plum curculio (Coleoptera : Curculionidae) attraction to fruit and conspecific odors

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    21. Gonzalez-Megias, A; Gomez, JM
      Adult and larval plant range and preference in Timarcha lugens (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae): Strict monophagy on an atypical host

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    22. Onstad, DW; Spencer, JL; Guse, CA; Levine, E; Isard, SA
      Modeling evolution of behavioral resistance by an insect to crop rotation

      ENTOMOLOGIA EXPERIMENTALIS ET APPLICATA
    23. Scheirs, J; De Bruyn, L; Verhagen, R
      A test of the C-3-C-4 hypothesis with two grass miners

      ECOLOGY
    24. Fox, CW; Czesak, ME; Fox, RW
      Consequences of plant resistance for herbivore survivorship, growth, and selection on egg size

      ECOLOGY
    25. Floater, GJ
      Habitat complexity, spatial interference, and "minimum risk distribution":A framework for population stability

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    26. Frenzel, M; Eber, S; Klotz, S; Brandl, R
      Ecological comparisons across geographical distributions: The thistle gallfly Urophora cardui (Diptera : Tephritidae) on two different Cirsium hosts

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY
    27. Dollet, M; Sturm, NR; Sanchez-Moreno, M; Campbell, DA
      5S ribosomal RNA gene repeat sequences define at least eight groups of plant trypanosomatids (Phytomonas spp.): Phloem-restricted pathogens form a distinct section

      JOURNAL OF EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOLOGY
    28. Crespi, BJ; Sandoval, CP
      Phylogenetic evidence for the evolution of ecological specialization in Timema walking-sticks

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    29. Scheirs, J; De Bruyn, L; Verhagen, R
      Optimization of adult performance determines host choice in a grass miner

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    30. Nylin, S; Bergstrom, A; Janz, N
      Butterfly host plant choice in the face of possible confusion

      JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR
    31. Krabel, D; Petercord, R
      Genetic diversity and bark physiology of the European beech (Fagus sylvatica): a coevolutionary relationship with the beech scale (Cryptococcus fagisuga)

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    32. Kazimirova, M; Ortel, J
      Metal accumulation by Ceratitis capitata (Diptera) and transfer to the parasitic wasp Coptera occidentalis (Hymenoptera)

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    33. Shields, VDC; Hildebrand, JG
      Responses of a population of antennal olfactory receptor cells in the female moth Manduca sexta to plant-associated volatile organic compounds

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    34. Ruther, J; Reinecke, A; Thiemann, K; Tolasch, T; Francke, W; Hilker, M
      Mate finding in the forest cockchafer, Melolontha hippocastani, mediated by volatiles from plants and females

      PHYSIOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    35. Craig, TP; Itami, JK; Shantz, C; Abrahamson, WG; Horner, JD; Craig, JV
      The influence of host plant variation and intraspecific competition on oviposition preference and offspring performance in the host races of Eurosta solidaginis

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    36. Dicke, M
      Chemical ecology of host-plant selection by herbivorous arthropods: a multitrophic perspective

      BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
    37. Poore, AGB; Watson, MJ; de Nys, R; Lowry, JK; Steinberg, PD
      Patterns of host use among alga- and sponge-associated amphipods

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    38. Richter, MR
      Social wasp (Hymenoptera : Vespidae) foraging behavior

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
    39. Work, TT; McCullough, DG
      Lepidopteran communities in two forest ecosystems during the first gypsy moth outbreaks in northern Michigan

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    40. Tammaru, T; Javois, J
      Responses of ovipositing moths (Lepidoptera : Geometridae) to host plant deprivation: Life-history aspects and implications for population dynamics

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    41. Marques, ESD; Price, PW; Cobb, NS
      Resource abundance and insect herbivore diversity on woody fabaceous desert plants

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    42. Guillet, G; Podeszfinski, C; Regnault-Roger, C; Arnason, JT; Philogene, BJR
      Behavioral and biochemical adaptations of generalist and specialist herbivorous insects feeding on Hypericum perforatum (Guttiferae)

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    43. Eben, A; Benrey, B; Sivinski, J; Aluja, M
      Host species and host plant effects on preference and performance of Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Hymenoptera : Braconidae)

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    44. Beccaloni, GW; Symons, FB
      Variation of butterfly diet breadth in relation to host-plant predictability: results from two faunas

      OIKOS
    45. Halaj, J; Ross, DW; Moldenke, AR
      Importance of habitat structure to the arthropod food-web in Douglas-fir canopies

      OIKOS
    46. Pemberton, RW
      Predictable risk to native plants in weed biological control

      OECOLOGIA
    47. Sadeghi, H; Gilbert, F
      Aphid suitability and its relationship to oviposition preference in predatory hoverflies

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    48. Chervin, C; Franz, P; Kulkarni, S; Whitmore, S; McGregor, G
      A method to screen pome fruit for resistance to skin-chewing insects and to analyze feeding trends

      HORTSCIENCE
    49. Kelley, ST; Farrell, BD; Mitton, JB
      Effects of specialization on genetic differentiation in sister species of bark beetles

      HEREDITY
    50. Stuart, RJ; Polavarapu, S
      Egg-mass variability and differential parasitism of Choristoneura parallela (Lepidoptera : Tortricidae) by endemic Trichogramma minutum (Hymenoptera : Trichogrammatidae)

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    51. Kuussaari, M; Singer, M; Hanski, I
      Local specialization and landscape-level influence on host use in an herbivorous insect

      ECOLOGY
    52. Beckerman, AP
      Counterintuitive outcomes of interspecific competition between two grasshopper species along a resource gradient

      ECOLOGY
    53. Carson, WP; Root, RB
      Herbivory and plant species coexistence: Community regulation by an outbreaking phytophagous insect

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    54. Bruck, DJ; Lewis, LC
      Ostrinia nubilalis (Lepidoptera : Pyralidae) larval parasitism and infection with entomopathogens in cornfields with different border vegetation

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND URBAN ENTOMOLOGY
    55. Dyer, LA; Gentry, G
      Predicting natural-enemy responses to herbivores in natural and managed systems

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    56. Menalled, FD; Marino, PC; Gage, SH; Landis, DA
      Does agricultural landscape structure affect parasitism and parasitoid diversity?

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    57. Center, TD; Dray, FA; Jubinsky, GP; Leslie, AJ
      Waterhyacinth weevils (Neochetina eichhorniae and N-bruchi) inhibit waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) colony development

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    58. Bernays, EA; Funk, DJ
      Specialists make faster decisions than generalists: experiments with aphids

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    59. Hansson, BS; Larsson, MC; Leal, WS
      Green leaf volatile-detecting olfactory receptor neurones display very high sensitivity and specificity in a scarab beetle

      PHYSIOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    60. Kruse, JJ; Raffa, KF
      Effect of food plant switching by a herbivore an its parasitoid: Cotesia melanoscela development in Lymantria dispar exposed to reciprocal dietary crosses

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    61. Storch, D; Frynta, D
      Evolution of habitat selection: stochastic acquisition of cognitive clues?

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    62. Yan, FM; Bengtsson, M; Witzgall, P
      Behavioral response of female codling moths, Cydia pomonella, to apple volatiles

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    63. Schappert, PJ; Shore, JS
      Effects of cyanogenesis polymorphism in Turnera ulmifolia on Euptoieta hegesia and potential Anolis predators

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    64. Bossart, JL; Scriber, JM
      Preference variation in the polyphagous tiger swallowtail butterfly (Lepidoptera : Papilionidae)

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    65. Hawthorne, DJ
      Physiological not behavioral adaptations of leafminers to a resistant hostplant: A natural selection experiment

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    66. Kunin, WE
      Patterns of herbivore incidence on experimental arrays and field populations of ragwort, Senecio jacobaea

      OIKOS
    67. Stirling, G; Roff, D; Fairbairn, D
      Four characters in a trade-off: dissecting their phenotypic and genetic relations

      OECOLOGIA
    68. Sadeghi, H; Gilbert, F
      Individual variation in oviposition preference, and its interaction with larval performance in an insect predator

      OECOLOGIA
    69. Barros, HCH; Zucoloto, FS
      Performance and host preference of Ascia monuste (Lepidoptera, Pieridae)

      JOURNAL OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY
    70. Knowles, LL; Futuyma, DJ; Eanes, WF; Rannala, B
      Insight into speciation from historical demography in the phytophagous beetle genus Ophraella

      EVOLUTION
    71. Knowles, LL; Levy, A; McNellis, JM; Greene, KP; Futuyma, DJ
      Tests of inbreeding effects on host-shift potential in the phytophagous beetle Ophraella communa

      EVOLUTION
    72. Vinson, SB
      Parasitoid manipulation as a plant defense strategy

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    73. Roitberg, BD; Robertson, IC; Tyerman, JGA
      Vive la variance: a functional oviposition theory for insect herbivores

      ENTOMOLOGIA EXPERIMENTALIS ET APPLICATA
    74. Gratton, C; Welter, SC
      Does "enemy-free space" exist? Experimental host shifts of an herbivorous fly

      ECOLOGY
    75. Stachowicz, JJ; Hay, ME
      Reducing predation through chemically mediated camouflage: Indirect effects of plant defenses on herbivores

      ECOLOGY
    76. Sheeba, V; Rajamani, M; Joshi, A
      Bimodal distribution of oviposition preference for a novel food medium in Drosophila melanogaster

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    77. Cunningham, JP; Zalucki, MP; West, SA
      Learning in Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae): a new look at the behaviour and control of a polyphagous pest

      BULLETIN OF ENTOMOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    78. Arrontes, J
      On the evolution of interactions between marine mesoherbivores and algae

      BOTANICA MARINA
    79. Degen, T; Stadler, E; Ellis, PR
      Host-plant susceptibility to the carrot fly, Psila rosae. 3. The role of oviposition preferences and larval performance

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    80. Siegal, ML; Hartl, DL
      Oviposition-site preference in Drosophila following interspecific gene transfer of the Alcohol dehydrogenase locus

      BEHAVIOR GENETICS
    81. Nylin, S; Janz, N
      The ecology and evolution of host plant range: butterflies as a model group

      HERBIVORES: BETWEEN PLANTS AND PREDATORS
    82. STAVRIDIS DG; SAVOPOULOUSOULTANI M
      LARVAL PERFORMANCE ON AND OVIPOSITION PREFERENCE FOR KNOWN AND POTENTIAL HOSTS BY LOBESIA-BOTRANA (LEPIDOPTERA, TORTRICIDAE)

      European journal of entomology
    83. Garcia, D
      Interaction between Juniperus communis L. and its fruit pest insects: Pestabundance, fruit characteristics and seed viability

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    84. THOMPSON JN
      THE EVOLUTION OF DIET BREADTH - MONOPHAGY AND POLYPHAGY IN SWALLOWTAIL BUTTERFLIES

      Journal of evolutionary biology
    85. KEESE MC
      PERFORMANCE OF 2 MONOPHAGOUS LEAF FEEDING BEETLES (COLEOPTERA, CHRYSOMELIDAE) ON EACH OTHERS HOST-PLANT - DO INTRINSIC-FACTORS DETERMINE HOST-PLANT SPECIALIZATION

      Journal of evolutionary biology
    86. HELLQVIST S; LARSSON S
      HOST ACCEPTANCE AND LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE GALL MIDGE DASINEURA TETENSI (DIPTERA, CECIDOMYIIDAE) ON RESISTANT AND SUSCEPTIBLE BLACK-CURRANT

      Entomologica Fennica
    87. VANBAAREN J; BOIVIN G
      LEARNING AFFECTS HOST DISCRIMINATION BEHAVIOR IN A PARASITOID WASP

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    88. FIEDLER K
      DIET BREADTH AND HOST-PLANT DIVERSITY OF TROPICAL-ZONE VS. TEMPERATE-ZONE HERBIVORES - SOUTH-EAST ASIAN AND WEST PALEARCTIC BUTTERFLIES AS A CASE-STUDY

      Ecological entomology
    89. STROHMEYER HH; STAMP NE; JARZOMSKI CM; BOWERS MD
      PREY SPECIES AND PREY DIET AFFECT GROWTH OF INVERTEBRATE PREDATORS

      Ecological entomology
    90. Haysom, KA; Coulson, JC
      The Lepidoptera fauna associated with Calluna vulgaris: effects of plant architecture on abundance and diversity

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    91. WILSON PA; CHAKRABRTY S
      THE VIRTUAL PLANT - A NEW TOOL FOR THE STUDY AND MANAGEMENT OF PLANT-DISEASES

      Crop protection
    92. OSBORN F; JAFFE K
      CHEMICAL ECOLOGY OF THE DEFENSE OF 2 NYMPHALID BUTTERFLY LARVAE AGAINST ANTS

      Journal of chemical ecology
    93. FOSTER SP; HOWARD AJ
      INFLUENCE OF STIMULI FROM CAMELLIA-JAPONICA ON OVIPOSITIONAL BEHAVIOROF GENERALIST HERBIVORE EPIPHYAS-POSTVITTANA

      Journal of chemical ecology
    94. GRATTON C; WELTER SC
      OVIPOSITION PREFERENCE AND LARVAL PERFORMANCE OF LIRIOMYZA-HELIANTHI (DIPTERA, AGROMYZIDAE) ON NORMAL AND NOVEL HOST PLANTS

      Environmental entomology
    95. PORTILLO HE; PITRE HN; MECKENSTOCK DH; ANDREWS KL
      PERFORMANCE OF A LEPIDOPTERAN PEST COMPLEX (LANGOSTA) (LEPIDOPTERA, NOCTUIDAE) ON SORGHUM, MAIZE, AND NONCROP VEGETATION IN HONDURAS

      Environmental entomology
    96. EKBOM B
      CLUTCH SIZE AND LARVAL PERFORMANCE OF POLLEN BEETLES ON DIFFERENT HOST PLANTS

      Oikos
    97. STIEFEL VL; MARGOLIES DC
      IS HOST-PLANT CHOICE BY A CLYTRINE LEAF BEETLE MEDIATED THROUGH INTERACTIONS WITH THE ANT CREMATOGASTER LINEOLATA

      Oecologia
    98. Kelley, ST; Farrell, BD
      Is specialization a dead end? The phylogeny of host use in Dendroctonus bark beetles (Scolytidae)

      EVOLUTION
    99. BERNAYS EA
      EVOLUTION OF FEEDING-BEHAVIOR IN INSECT HERBIVORES - SUCCESS SEEN AS DIFFERENT WAYS TO EAT WITHOUT BEING EATEN

      Bioscience
    100. SIEMANN E; TILMAN D; HAARSTAD J; RITCHIE M
      EXPERIMENTAL TESTS OF THE DEPENDENCE OF ARTHROPOD DIVERSITY ON PLANT DIVERSITY

      The American naturalist


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