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Intraspecific competition among first instars of the parasitic wasp Biosteres longicaudatus


Oecologia (Berlin) 74.4: 607-611
Intraspecific competition among first instars of the parasitic wasp Biosteres longicaudatus
Females of the solitary braconid endoparasitoid Biosteres longicaudatus sometimes deposit more than one egg (superparasitism) in each larva of its host, the tephritid Anastrepha suspensa.

Accession: 001869076

DOI: 10.1007/bf00380060

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