Behavior of flies of the genera rhagoletis, zonosemata, and carpomya (trypetinae: Carpomyina)

Ronald J. Prokopy, Daniel R Papaj

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Abstract

Understanding the origin and adaptive value of a behavioral trait requires not only knowledge of phylogenetic relationships of the organism in question but also consideration of the nature of the environment in which the trait may have arisen (and in which the trait persists) together with consideration of the internal state of the organism, both of which can affect patterns of response to the environment. For insects, the behaviors of greatest relevance to survival and reproductive success are probably those associated with acquisition of essential resources such as food, mates, and egg-laying sites and those associated with defense against natural enemies.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationFruit Flies (Tephritidae)
Subtitle of host publicationPhylogeny and Evolution of Behavior
PublisherCRC Press
Pages219-252
Number of pages34
ISBN (Electronic)9781420074468
ISBN (Print)9780849312755
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 1999

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Zonosemata
Rhagoletis
Tephritidae
Diptera
insect behavior
organisms
natural enemies
Ovum
Insects
oviposition
Food
phylogeny

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  • Agricultural and Biological Sciences(all)
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Prokopy, R. J., & Papaj, D. R. (1999). Behavior of flies of the genera rhagoletis, zonosemata, and carpomya (trypetinae: Carpomyina). In Fruit Flies (Tephritidae): Phylogeny and Evolution of Behavior (pp. 219-252). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781420074468

Behavior of flies of the genera rhagoletis, zonosemata, and carpomya (trypetinae : Carpomyina). / Prokopy, Ronald J.; Papaj, Daniel R.

Fruit Flies (Tephritidae): Phylogeny and Evolution of Behavior. CRC Press, 1999. p. 219-252.

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Prokopy, RJ & Papaj, DR 1999, Behavior of flies of the genera rhagoletis, zonosemata, and carpomya (trypetinae: Carpomyina). in Fruit Flies (Tephritidae): Phylogeny and Evolution of Behavior. CRC Press, pp. 219-252. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781420074468
Prokopy RJ, Papaj DR. Behavior of flies of the genera rhagoletis, zonosemata, and carpomya (trypetinae: Carpomyina). In Fruit Flies (Tephritidae): Phylogeny and Evolution of Behavior. CRC Press. 1999. p. 219-252 https://doi.org/10.1201/9781420074468
Prokopy, Ronald J. ; Papaj, Daniel R. / Behavior of flies of the genera rhagoletis, zonosemata, and carpomya (trypetinae : Carpomyina). Fruit Flies (Tephritidae): Phylogeny and Evolution of Behavior. CRC Press, 1999. pp. 219-252
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