Data from: A context-dependent induction of natal habitat preference in a generalist herbivorous insect

Patrick Lhomme, David Carrasco, Mattias Larsson, Bill Hansson & Peter Anderson
In many species adults exploit sensory information experienced in their natal habitat when searching for resources. This behavioral plasticity may help animals to establish themselves in new habitats by quickly locating suitable resources and avoiding unsuitable resources in complex environments. However the processes guiding positive or negative natal habitat preference induction (NHPI) remain poorly understood. In the polyphagous moth Spodoptera littoralis, earlier studies have shown that female innate host-plant preference is modulated by larval feeding...
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