Data from: Social and nutritional factors shape larval aggregation, foraging, and body mass in a polyphagous fly

Juliano Morimoto, Binh Nguyen, Shabnam Tarahi Tabrizi, Fleur Ponton & Phillip Taylor
The majority of insect species have a clearly defined larval stage during development. Larval nutrition is crucial for individuals’ growth and development, and larval foraging success often depends on both resource availability and competition for those resources. To date, however, little is known about how these factors interact to shape larval development and behaviour. Here we manipulated the density of larvae of the polyphagous fruit fly pest Bactrocera tryoni (‘Queensland fruit fly’), and the diet...
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