Ecological Entomology. Volume 40 Issue 1 Predators marked with chemical cues from one prey have increased attack success on another prey species Roos Van Maanen, George Broufas, Paulien de Jong, Ernestina Aguilar-Fenollosa, Alexandra Revynthi, Maurice W.
Sabelis, Arne Janssen Predation can pose significant selection pressures. Hence, it is not surprising that animals evolved diverse anti-predator behavioural strategies (such as fleeing, hiding, aggregating or remaining motionless) once they have sensed the predator. Such detection likely involves visual and/or chemical cues emitted by the predator itself. An adult female predatory mite (Amblyseius swirskii) attacking a thrip's larva (Frankliniella occidentalis). Ecological Processes. This page includes information about the aims and scope of Ecological Processes, editorial policies, open access and article-processing charges, the peer review process and other information.
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