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Host-plant seeking by larvae of the large cabbage white (Pieris brassicae L.) in pure and mixed stands



Host-plant seeking by larvae of the large cabbage white (Pieris brassicae L.) in pure and mixed stands



Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie 3(1/3): 100-102



Laboratory and field experiments were carried out in the German Federal Republic on the effect of mixing a food-plant of Pieris brassicae (L.) (cabbage) with other plants on food-searching by the larvae. In the laboratory, the presence of non-food-plants (Vicia faba, Matthiola incana and artificial plants) resulted in extended searching times when larvae came into direct contact with these non-hosts. In the field trial, larvae were placed in cabbage plots with or without rye undercrops.

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