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Mate recognition by the green mate borer, Hedypathes betulinus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae): The role of cuticular compounds. 2019. Andrade, S.M.M.; Szczerbowski, D.; Vidal, D.M.; Allison, J.D.; Zarbin, P.H.G. Journal of Insect Behavior 32(2): 120-133.

Year: 2019

Available from: Great Lakes Forestry Centre

Catalog ID: 39818

Language: English

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DOI: 10.1007/s10905-019-09719-8

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The objective of this study was to characterize the mating behavior of the longhorned beetle pest of green mate, Hedypathes betulinus. In particular, the role of cuticular hydrocarbons in the location and acceptance of mates. The primary results of this study are that cuticular hydrocarbons play a key role in mate location and acceptance. The results of this study contribute to our understanding of the biology of this pest, and the mating behavior of this important group of forest insect pests.