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Effects of chemical fertilization of Diplacus aurantiacus on the development and persistence of the postdiapause larvae of its lepidopteran herbivore Euphydryas chalcedona



Effects of chemical fertilization of Diplacus aurantiacus on the development and persistence of the postdiapause larvae of its lepidopteran herbivore Euphydryas chalcedona



American Midland Naturalist 117.2: 435-438



The effect of chemical fertilization of Diplacus aurantiacus on the development and persistence of postdiapause larvae of the nymphalid Euphydryas chalcedona was investigated in field studies in California in 1981. Larvae developed more quickly and were more abundant on fertilized than on unfertilized plants.

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