When laying their eggs, tobacco hawkmoths avoid plants that smell of caterpillar feces

When laying their eggs, tobacco hawkmoths avoid plants that smell of caterpillar feces

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Ovipositing insects use odor cues to select suitable food substrates for their offspring in order to increase the survival rates of the larvae. …

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