Data from: Phenotypic plasticity in sexual communication signal of a noctuid moth

Astrid Groot, Alice Classen, Heike Staudacher, Coby Schal & David Heckel
Variability within sex pheromone signalling systems is generally believed to be low because of strong stabilizing selection; yet the noctuid moth Heliothis subflexa (Hs) shows significant intraspecific variation. One possible explanation is that females may alter their sex pheromone blend depending on prevailing olfactory cues in the habitat, which we termed the "experience hypothesis". This could be adaptive if Hs females experiencing the pheromone of another species, Heliothis virescens (Hv), responded to reduce the frequency...
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