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Varying importance of cuticular hydrocarbons and iridoids in the species-specific mate recognition pheromones of three closely related Leptopilina species

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-314168
Weiss, Ingmar ; Hofferberth, John ; Ruther, Joachim ; Stöckl, Johannes
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Abstract

Finding a suitable mate for reproduction is one of the most important tasks for almost all animals. In insects this task is often facilitated by pheromone-mediated communication. While insect pheromones in general show enormous chemical diversity, closely related species often use structurally similar compounds in their pheromones. Despite this similarity, pheromones of congeneric species living ...

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