Data from: Host specialization involving attraction, avoidance and performance, in two phytophagous moth species

Marion Orsucci, Philippe Audiot, Alexandra Pommier, Christophe Raynaud, Béatrice Ramora, Anne Zanetto, Denis Bourguet & Réjane Streiff
Host specialization plays a key role in the extreme diversification of phytophagous insects. Whereas proximate mechanisms of specialization have been studied extensively, their consequences for species divergence remain unclear. Preference for, and performance on hosts are thought to be a major source of divergence in phytophagous insects. We assessed these major components of specialization in two moth species, the European corn borer (ECB) and the Adzuki bean borer (ABB), by testing their oviposition behaviour in...
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