Data from: Manipulating two olfactory cues causes a biological control beetle to shift to non-target plant species

Na Li, Jia-Ning Wei, Meredith C. Schuman, Shuang Li, Rui-Yan Ma & Jin Ge
Olfactory cues can determine the host preferences of herbivorous insects, but their role in host shifting is unclear. Host specificity and the potential for host shifts are important criteria for screening and post-release evaluation of biological control agents for invasive plants. However, the role of olfactory cues in mediating host shifts in biological control agents is not well understood. To investigate the role of olfactory cues in host selection of a reportedly monophagous flea beetle...
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