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HOST FINDING BEHAVIOR IN PARASITIC DIPTERA
HOST FINDING BEHAVIOR IN THE CLUSTER FLY POLLENIA RUDIS FABR
Acroceridae adult female areas attracted beetle biological control Biology Bombyliidae Bombylius major cage Calliphoridae Calosoma Cecidomyiidae chemical cues chemotactile Choice Experiment cluster fly collecting jar Conopidae Cornell University dishes containing Doutt Drino bohemica earthworm Allolobophora rosea Eggs Deposited eggs laid eggs were laid Entomol Eucarcelia rutilla European corn borer fall webworm female cluster flies food plant Habitat selection harveyi Herrebout 1969a Herrebout et al.,1969 host acceptance Host Earthworm host habitat location host kairomone host larvae host location host selection process host specific host-finding behaviors Hymenoptera hypermetamorphosis immature Ithaca kairomone known species mean number Monteith Nemestrinidae number of eggs observed olfactometer olfactory overwintering oviposition behavior ovipositional stimulus ovipositor paired t-test parasitic Diptera parasitoids perceive their host pheromones Phoridae placed planidium Pollenia rudis Fabr Pyrgotidae random searching replicates rutilla females Sciomyzidae selection in Eucarcelia soil Square test steps Sturmia substrate tachinid parasite Tachinidae Thesis Thomson and Davies traps