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Why do mayflies lay their eggs en masse on dry asphalt roads? Water-imitating polarized light reflected from asphalt attracts Ephemeroptera

1998

Kriska, G. | Horvath, G. | Andrikovics, S. (Group for Methodology in Biology Teaching, Eotvos University, Budapest (Hungary))


Bibliographic information
Journal of Experimental Biology (United Kingdom)
Volume 201 Issue 15
Pagination
pp. 2273-2286
Other Subjects
Rhithrogena; Polarotaxis; Reproduction sexuee; Enjambracion; Reproduccion sexual; Polarized light; Oviposicion; Reflection; Epeorus; Ovulo; Insectos acuaticos; Rhithrogena semicolorata; Lumiere; Epeorus silvicola; Betun
Language
English
Note
23 ref.

1998-08-15
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