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Proportion of time moving of thrips–naïve and–experienced Amblyseius swirskii females, originating from a pollen- or spider mite-reared line of the commercially mass-reared Koppert or the natural free-living Israel population, offered first larvae of thrips Frankliniella occidentalis as prey. Thrips-naïve predators were reared on either pollen or spider mites throughout juvenile development, whereas thrips-experienced predators were exposed to thrips during the larval and early protonymphal stage and received then either pollen or spider mites until reaching adulthood. GLM revealed significant population*rearing diet and rearing diet*thrips experience interactions (P < 0.001).
Citation: Seiter M, Schausberger P (2017) Correction: Constitutive and Operational Variation of Learning in Foraging Predatory Mites. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0171450. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0171450
Published: January 30, 2017
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