Data from: The preference-performance relationship as a means of classifying parasitoids according to their specialization degree

Lucie S. Monticelli, Le Thu Ha Nguyen, Edwige Amiens-Desneux, Chen Luo, Anne-Violette Lavoir, Jean-Luc Gatti & Nicolas Desneux
Host range in parasitoids could be described by the preference-performance hypothesis (PPH) where preference is defined as host acceptance and performance is defined as the sum of all species on which parasitoid offspring can complete their life cycle. The PPH predicts that highly suitable hosts will be preferred by ovipositing females. However, generalist parasitoids may not conform to this hypothesis if they attack a large range of hosts of varying suitability. Under laboratory conditions, we...
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