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Abnormal egg‐laying behaviour of female carrot flies (Psila rosae) induced by the fungus Entomophthora muscae

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Abnormal egg‐laying behaviour of female carrot flies (Psila rosae) induced by the fungus Entomophthora muscae. / Eilenberg, Jørgen.

I: Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, Bind 43, Nr. 1, 01.01.1987, s. 61-65.

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Eilenberg, J 1987, 'Abnormal egg‐laying behaviour of female carrot flies (Psila rosae) induced by the fungus Entomophthora muscae', Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, bind 43, nr. 1, s. 61-65. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1570-7458.1987.tb02203.x

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Eilenberg, J. (1987). Abnormal egg‐laying behaviour of female carrot flies (Psila rosae) induced by the fungus Entomophthora muscae. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 43(1), 61-65. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1570-7458.1987.tb02203.x

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Eilenberg J. Abnormal egg‐laying behaviour of female carrot flies (Psila rosae) induced by the fungus Entomophthora muscae. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 1987 jan 1;43(1):61-65. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1570-7458.1987.tb02203.x

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Eilenberg, Jørgen. / Abnormal egg‐laying behaviour of female carrot flies (Psila rosae) induced by the fungus Entomophthora muscae. I: Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 1987 ; Bind 43, Nr. 1. s. 61-65.

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abstract = "Female carrot flies (Psila rosae F.) infected with Entomophthora muscae (C.) Fres. on days 1 to 4 of adult life were unable to lay their eggs near the food plant. Flies infected on day 5 of adult life showed an egg‐laying behaviour similar to that of uninfected flies. E. muscae‐infected female carrot flies caught in the field showed an egg‐laying behaviour comparable to that of the flies infected in the laboratory during the first day of their live. Eggs laid by infected females were equally as fertile as eggs laid by uninfected females, and developed into normal flies. It is concluded that female carrot flies infected with E. muscae in the field do not in general contribute to the development of the carrot fly population, due to their abnormal egg‐laying behaviour. Abnormales Eiablageverhalten echter M{\^o}hrenfliegen (Psila rosae) verursacht von dem Pilz Entomophthora muscae Wenn Weibchen der echten M{\^o}hrenfliegen (Psila rosae) zwischen den ersten und der vierten Tag in dem Laboratorium mit E. muscae infiziert worden waren, k{\^o}nnten sie ihre Eier an den Futterpflanze nicht ablegen. E. muscae‐infizierte Weibchen, die ins Feld gefangen worden waren, zeigten auch ein abweichendes Eiablageverhalten. Ihr Behalten war mit dem Verhalten von Fliegen vergleichbar, die an ihrem ersten Lebenstag im Laboratorium infiziert worden waren. Von infizierten Weibchen gelegte Eier waren ebenso fruchtbar wie die von nicht infizierten Weibchen gelegten Eiern. Es wird konkludiert, dass E. muscae‐infizierten Weibchen der echten M{\^o}hrenfliegen der Entwicklung der Population keinen Beitrag leisten. 1987 The Netherlands Entomological Society",
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N2 - Female carrot flies (Psila rosae F.) infected with Entomophthora muscae (C.) Fres. on days 1 to 4 of adult life were unable to lay their eggs near the food plant. Flies infected on day 5 of adult life showed an egg‐laying behaviour similar to that of uninfected flies. E. muscae‐infected female carrot flies caught in the field showed an egg‐laying behaviour comparable to that of the flies infected in the laboratory during the first day of their live. Eggs laid by infected females were equally as fertile as eggs laid by uninfected females, and developed into normal flies. It is concluded that female carrot flies infected with E. muscae in the field do not in general contribute to the development of the carrot fly population, due to their abnormal egg‐laying behaviour. Abnormales Eiablageverhalten echter Môhrenfliegen (Psila rosae) verursacht von dem Pilz Entomophthora muscae Wenn Weibchen der echten Môhrenfliegen (Psila rosae) zwischen den ersten und der vierten Tag in dem Laboratorium mit E. muscae infiziert worden waren, kônnten sie ihre Eier an den Futterpflanze nicht ablegen. E. muscae‐infizierte Weibchen, die ins Feld gefangen worden waren, zeigten auch ein abweichendes Eiablageverhalten. Ihr Behalten war mit dem Verhalten von Fliegen vergleichbar, die an ihrem ersten Lebenstag im Laboratorium infiziert worden waren. Von infizierten Weibchen gelegte Eier waren ebenso fruchtbar wie die von nicht infizierten Weibchen gelegten Eiern. Es wird konkludiert, dass E. muscae‐infizierten Weibchen der echten Môhrenfliegen der Entwicklung der Population keinen Beitrag leisten. 1987 The Netherlands Entomological Society

AB - Female carrot flies (Psila rosae F.) infected with Entomophthora muscae (C.) Fres. on days 1 to 4 of adult life were unable to lay their eggs near the food plant. Flies infected on day 5 of adult life showed an egg‐laying behaviour similar to that of uninfected flies. E. muscae‐infected female carrot flies caught in the field showed an egg‐laying behaviour comparable to that of the flies infected in the laboratory during the first day of their live. Eggs laid by infected females were equally as fertile as eggs laid by uninfected females, and developed into normal flies. It is concluded that female carrot flies infected with E. muscae in the field do not in general contribute to the development of the carrot fly population, due to their abnormal egg‐laying behaviour. Abnormales Eiablageverhalten echter Môhrenfliegen (Psila rosae) verursacht von dem Pilz Entomophthora muscae Wenn Weibchen der echten Môhrenfliegen (Psila rosae) zwischen den ersten und der vierten Tag in dem Laboratorium mit E. muscae infiziert worden waren, kônnten sie ihre Eier an den Futterpflanze nicht ablegen. E. muscae‐infizierte Weibchen, die ins Feld gefangen worden waren, zeigten auch ein abweichendes Eiablageverhalten. Ihr Behalten war mit dem Verhalten von Fliegen vergleichbar, die an ihrem ersten Lebenstag im Laboratorium infiziert worden waren. Von infizierten Weibchen gelegte Eier waren ebenso fruchtbar wie die von nicht infizierten Weibchen gelegten Eiern. Es wird konkludiert, dass E. muscae‐infizierten Weibchen der echten Môhrenfliegen der Entwicklung der Population keinen Beitrag leisten. 1987 The Netherlands Entomological Society

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