Data from: Predatory dipteran larva contributes to nutrient sequestration in a carnivorous pitcher plant

Weng Ngai Lam, Robyn J.Y. Lim, Shi Hong Wong, Hugh Tiang Wah Tan & Robyn Jing Ying Lim
The fluids of Nepenthes pitcher plants are habitats to many specialised animals known as inquilines, which facilitate the conversion of prey protein into pitcher-absorbable nitrogen forms such as ammonium. Xenoplatyura beaveri (Diptera: Mycetophilidae) is a predatory dipteran inquiline that inhabits the pitchers of N. ampullaria. Larvae of X. beaveri construct sticky webs over the fluid surface of N. ampullaria to ensnare emerging adult dipteran inquilines. However, the interaction between X. beaveri and its host has...
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