Host finding and oviposition behavior in a chrysomelid specialist - the importance of host plant surface waxes

Müller C, Hilker M (2001)
Journal of Chemical Ecology 27(5): 985-994.

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Müller C, Hilker M. Host finding and oviposition behavior in a chrysomelid specialist - the importance of host plant surface waxes. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 2001;27(5):985-994.
Müller, C., & Hilker, M. (2001). Host finding and oviposition behavior in a chrysomelid specialist - the importance of host plant surface waxes. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 27(5), 985-994.
Müller, C., and Hilker, M. (2001). Host finding and oviposition behavior in a chrysomelid specialist - the importance of host plant surface waxes. Journal of Chemical Ecology 27, 985-994.
Müller, C., & Hilker, M., 2001. Host finding and oviposition behavior in a chrysomelid specialist - the importance of host plant surface waxes. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 27(5), p 985-994.
C. Müller and M. Hilker, “Host finding and oviposition behavior in a chrysomelid specialist - the importance of host plant surface waxes”, Journal of Chemical Ecology, vol. 27, 2001, pp. 985-994.
Müller, C., Hilker, M.: Host finding and oviposition behavior in a chrysomelid specialist - the importance of host plant surface waxes. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 27, 985-994 (2001).
Müller, Caroline, and Hilker, M. “Host finding and oviposition behavior in a chrysomelid specialist - the importance of host plant surface waxes”. Journal of Chemical Ecology 27.5 (2001): 985-994.

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