volume 167, issue 11, P915-921 2019
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12846
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Weliton D. Silva, Yunfan Zou, Lawrence M. Hanks, José Maurício S. Bento, Jocelyn G. Millar

Abstract: Abstract There is increasing evidence that pheromone chemistry within the large coleopteran family Cerambycidae is often highly conserved, with numerous related species sharing the same pheromone components. As a result, traps containing these components can attract multiple cerambycid species simultaneously. In the present study, we exploited this concept in the identification of the male‐produced aggregation‐sex pheromone of the South American species Psapharochrus maculatissimus (Bates) (Coleoptera: Ceramb…

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