volume 167, issue 9, P775-783 2019
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12821
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Cleber M. Oliveira, Angelo Pallini, Ana M.G. Bernardo, Valéria R. Veiga, Luan A.R. Brito, Madelaine Venzon, Eraldo R. Lima, Arne Janssen

Abstract: Abstract It is known that many social insects and arthropod predators and parasitoids can learn the association between a resource and volatile cues. Although there are various studies on the effect of experience in immature arthropods on behavior later in adult life, not much is known about the effects of such experiences on immature behavior. This was investigated here in the lacewing Ceraeochrysa cubana (Hagen) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae). Whereas adults of this lacewing feed on plant‐provided food and honey…

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