Data from: Ontogenetic changes in the body temperature of an insect herbivore

H. Arthur Woods
1. Over ontogeny, many insect larvae grow substantially, through at least several orders of magnitude in body size. Increasing size can profoundly change how individuals interact with their environments, by altering the opportunities for, and constraints on, feeding, changing the relative risk and sources of predation, and shifting the relative importance of physical factors in the environment. 2. Here I use eggs and larvae of Manduca sexta, which are herbivores on solanaceous plants in the...
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