Sexual communication in day-flying Lepidoptera with special reference to castniids or 'butterfly-moths'

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Sarto, Víctor; Quero, Carmen; Santa-Cruz, M.C.; Rosell Pellisé, Glòria; Guerrero Pérez, Ángel;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1017/S0007485316000158
  • Subject: Comunicació animal | Sexual behavior in animals | Butterflies | Lepidòpters | Conducta sexual dels animals | Lepidoptera | Animal communication | Papallones
    mesheuropmc: fungi | sense organs | animal structures

Butterflies and moths are subject to different evolutionary pressures that affect several aspects of their behaviour and physiology, particularly sexual communication. Butterflies are day-flying insects (excluding hedylids) whose partner-finding strategy is mainly based... View more
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