Bloemvoorkeur bij het
Vlinders , Volume 14 - Issue 1 p. 6- 6
A study was earned out in Wilrijk, Antwerp to investigate the nectar choice of the Essex skipper (Thymelicus lineola). It seems that both sexes prefer some species of nectar plants, but not necessarily the same. This difference in preference is due to the distribution of the nectar supplies: females and males differ in the use of their habitat, resulting in somewhat different food sources.
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Glenn Vermeersch. (1999). Bloemvoorkeur bij het. Vlinders, 14(1), 6–6.
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