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- include other parasitoids, resulting in hyperparasitism; in the case of oak galls, up to five levels of parasitism are possible. Some parasitoids influence...
- order Hymenoptera contains many families of parasitoids, intermixed with non-parasitoid groups. The parasitoid wasps include some very large groups, some...
- species are parasitoids; the females deposit eggs on or in a host arthropod on which the larvae then feed. Some larvae start off as parasitoids, but convert...
- bugs. Parasitoids are most effective at reducing pest po****tions when their host organisms have limited refuges to hide from them. Parasitoids are among...
- insects. Parasitoids are insects which sooner or later kill their hosts, placing their relationship close to predation. Most parasitoids are parasitoid wasps...
- behaviour mani****tion as an evolutionary route towards attenuation of parasitoid virulence". Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 27 (12): 2871–2875. doi:10...
- migrate over long distances. Many butterflies are attacked by parasites or parasitoids, including wasps, protozoans, flies, and other invertebrates, or are...
- with members living as parasitoids. Most species are small, with the ovipositor adapted for piercing. In some hosts, the parasitoids induce metamorphosis...
- known parasitoids of Arionidae, Limacidae and Philomycidae. Flies in the family Phoridae, specially those in the genus Megaselia, are parasitoids of Agriolimacidae...
- are typical of protelean parasitoids among the Hymenoptera. Larvae (maggots) of most members of this family are parasitoids (developing inside a living...
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