Community-wide responses to predation risk : effects of predator hunting mode on herbivores, pollinators, and parasitoids

Community-wide responses to predation risk : effects of predator hunting mode on herbivores, pollinators, and parasitoids

Kersch-Becker Mônica F., Bruno B. Grisolia, Maria J. O. Campos, Gustavo Q. Romero

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Agradecimentos: We thank Sasha Greenspan for comments on this manuscript and UNESP-Rio Claro-SP, BPE-FAPESP (#2016/01209-9), CNPq-Brazil (#313955/2014-0) and CAPES-Brazil for financial support. The authors have no conficts of interests

Flower visitation by herbivores and pollinators often occurs simultaneously, but their potential contrasting responses to predation risk are rarely investigated in concert. Predator avoidance behaviour is common in pollinators, but remarkably little is kn

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Community-wide responses to predation risk : effects of predator hunting mode on herbivores, pollinators, and parasitoids

Kersch-Becker Mônica F., Bruno B. Grisolia, Maria J. O. Campos, Gustavo Q. Romero


										

Community-wide responses to predation risk : effects of predator hunting mode on herbivores, pollinators, and parasitoids

Kersch-Becker Mônica F., Bruno B. Grisolia, Maria J. O. Campos, Gustavo Q. Romero

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    Ecological entomology

    Vol. 43, no. 6 (Dec., 2018), p. 846-849