Data from: Feeding and damage-induced volatile cues make beetles disperse and produce a more even distribution of damage for sagebrush

Richard Karban & Louie Yang
1. Induced plant responses to herbivory are common and we have learned a lot about the mechanisms of induced resistance and their effects on herbivore performance. We know less about their effects on herbivore behavior and especially on spatial patterns of damage. 2. Theoretical models predict that induced responses can cause patterns of damage to become aggregated, random, or even. A recent model predicted that informed herbivore movement coupled with communication between plants would make...
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