Data from: Host plants of the non-swarming edible bush cricket Ruspolia differens

Robert Opoke, Philip Nyeko, Geoffrey M. Malinga, Karlmax Rutaro, Heikki Roininen & Anu Valtonen
The edible Ruspolia differens (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) is a widely-consumed insect in East Africa but surprisingly little is known of its host plant use in the field. We studied host plants used by non-swarming R. differens for 15 months, in central Uganda. In particular, we assessed the use of host plant species with respect to host cover in the field and host parts used by R. differens, also recording their sex, developmental stages, and colour morph....
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