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The double cloak of invisibility: phenotypic plasticity and larval decoration in a geometrid moth, Synchlora frondaria, across three diet treatments
Author(s): M. R. Canfield, S. Chang and N. E. Pierce
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Ecological Entomology
Article Topic(s): Pathology
Research Setting(s): Field
Species Referenced: Bejaria racemosa (Tarflower),
AbstractDiscusses the behavior of the Southern Emerald Moth (Synchlora frondaria) to avoid predators. The article identifies Bejaria racemosa as a host plant of the Southern Emerald Moth.
Suggested CitationM. R. Canfield, S. Chang and N. E. Pierce. "The double cloak of invisibility: phenotypic plasticity and larval decoration in a geometrid moth, Synchlora frondaria, across three diet treatments." Ecological Entomology 34.3 (2009): 412-414.