dyscherus were used by two different inquiline
When an inquiline
queen takes over an annual host species' colony, it is usually close to the time when sexuals must start being raised.
Pitcher size is a particularly important trait because it has been suggested as an oviposition cue for pitcher plant inquiline
insects (Heard, 1994a) and because it has predictive value for several other aspects of pitcher plant and inquiline
biology (Kingsolver, 1979; Wolfe, 1981; Paterson and Cameron, 1982; Cresswell, 1993; Heard, 1994a, 1994b).
Regarding the relevant biological features of Synergus filicorniss, this species does not seem a lethal inquiline
. However, this possibility cannot be completely ruled out, because although there is no evidence that the inquiline
larva kills the inducer (Andricus quercuslaurina), it is possible that- on laying their eggs- the first females of S.
phoretica was published, another species of inquiline
Solenopsis was discovered on the island of Dominica in the West Indies.
Androthrips flavipes Schmutz (Insecta: Thysanoptera), a predatory inquiline
in thrips galls.
Developmental morphology of stem galls of Diplolepis nodulosa (Hymenoptera: Cynipidac) and those modified by the inquiline
Periclistus pirata (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) on Rosa blanda (Rosaceae).
coexist with the gall inducer when they both feed on the same tissue; e.g., the hymenopteran inquiline
Periclistus pirata Osten Sacken (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) on stem galls of Diplolepis nodulosa Beutenmuller (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) (Brooks & Shorthouse 1997).
Mutual use of trail-following chemical cues by a termite host and its inquiline
. PLoS One, 9(1), e85315.
Testing successional hypotheses of stability, heterogeneity, and diversity in pitcher-plant inquiline
Crawley, "Parasitoid and inquiline
attack in the galls of four alien, cynipid gall wasps: Host switches and the effect on parasitoid sex ratios," Ecological Entomology, vol.
The close association of sea scallop and red hake in ordination space may be related to their inquiline
relationship, where benthic juvenile red hake live in the mantle of live sea scallop (Able and Fahay, 1998).