Data from: Linking land use and the nutritional ecology of herbivores: a case study with the Senegalese locust

Marion Le Gall, Mira Word, Natalia Thompson, Balanding Manneh, Alioune Beye & Arianne Cease
1) Access to high-quality food is a main driver of population dynamics. For herbivores protein and carbohydrates are key nutrients that are notoriously variable in plants and are affected by land use. However, few studies have linked foraging decisions and performance in the laboratory to the nutritional landscape available in the field. 2) Oedaleus senegalensis is a nonmodel locust, a grass-feeder, and the main pest of millet, a subsistence crop in the Sahel. In this...
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