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Relationships among pheromone titre, calling and age in the omnivorous leafroller moth (Platynota stultana) Leaf-eating insects, pheromones, periodocity, environmental temperature



Relationships among pheromone titre, calling and age in the omnivorous leafroller moth (Platynota stultana) Leaf-eating insects, pheromones, periodocity, environmental temperature



Journal of insect physiology8(11): 925-933




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