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Reciprocal latitudinal clines in oviposition behavior of Papilio glaucus and P. canadensis across the Great Lakes hybrid zone: possible sex-linkage of oviposition preferences



Reciprocal latitudinal clines in oviposition behavior of Papilio glaucus and P. canadensis across the Great Lakes hybrid zone: possible sex-linkage of oviposition preferences



Oecologia (Berlin): 873: 360-368



Papilio glaucus is the most polyphagous of all Papilionidae species. While diverse larval detoxication abilities are known for both P. glaucus and the closely related P. canadensis, the factors affecting oviposition preferences in adult females are unknown. These congeneric species were studied to determine the extent of oviposition mistakes on toxic plants.

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DOI: 10.2307/4219706


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