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posted on 2021-05-27, 00:21 authored by Yukari Mochioka, Motoaki Kinoshita, Makoto Tokuda

Examples of field (A-B) and laboratory (C-D) observations of A. bazalus eggs. (A) An A. bazalus egg (an arrow) laid on a young emerging L. edulis leaf, and (B) the same leaf, from which the apical part had been eaten and the egg was displaced after two days; a fifth instar A. bazalus larva (C) finding a conspecific egg (an arrow) on the host leaf and feeding on the surrounding leaf tissue and (D) displacing the egg by feeding on the surrounding leaf tissue.