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Nocturnal herbivore-induced plant volatiles attract the generalist predatory earwig Doru luteipes Scudder (2017)

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      NARANJO-GUEVARA, Natalia; PEÑAFLOR, Maria Fernanda G. V; CABEZAS-GUERRERO, Milton F; BENTO, José Maurício Simões. Nocturnal herbivore-induced plant volatiles attract the generalist predatory earwig Doru luteipes Scudder. The Science of Nature, Heidelberg, Springer, v. 104, n. 9-10, 2017. Disponível em: < http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00114-017-1498-9 > DOI: 10.1007/s00114-017-1498-9.
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      Naranjo-Guevara, N., Peñaflor, M. F. G. V., Cabezas-Guerrero, M. F., & Bento, J. M. S. (2017). Nocturnal herbivore-induced plant volatiles attract the generalist predatory earwig Doru luteipes Scudder. The Science of Nature, 104( 9-10). doi:10.1007/s00114-017-1498-9
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      Naranjo-Guevara N, Peñaflor MFGV, Cabezas-Guerrero MF, Bento JMS. Nocturnal herbivore-induced plant volatiles attract the generalist predatory earwig Doru luteipes Scudder [Internet]. The Science of Nature. 2017 ; 104( 9-10):Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00114-017-1498-9
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      Naranjo-Guevara N, Peñaflor MFGV, Cabezas-Guerrero MF, Bento JMS. Nocturnal herbivore-induced plant volatiles attract the generalist predatory earwig Doru luteipes Scudder [Internet]. The Science of Nature. 2017 ; 104( 9-10):Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00114-017-1498-9

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