Preferential oviposition by Heliconiinae (Nymphalidae) butterflies on Passiflora biflora (Passifloraceae) leaves with higher cyanide concentrations Oviposition on the host plant, Passiflora biflora (Passifloraceae), by heliconiine, in the presence of egg mimics

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Preferential oviposition by Heliconiinae (Nymphalidae) butterflies on Passiflora biflora (Passifloraceae) leaves with higher cyanide concentrations Oviposition on the host plant, Passiflora biflora (Passifloraceae), by heliconiine, in the presence of egg mimics

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Preferential oviposition by Heliconiinae (Nymphalidae) butterflies on Passiflora biflora (Passifloraceae) leaves with higher cyanide concentrations Oviposition on the host plant, Passiflora biflora (Passifloraceae), by heliconiine, in the presence of egg mimics
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Burkholder, Phillip
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Mimicry (Biology) ( lcsh )
Butterflies--Costa Rica--Puntarenas--Monteverde Zone ( lcsh )
Passiflora--Adaptation ( lcsh )
Mimetismo (Biología)
Mariposas--Costa Rica--Puntarenas--Zona de Monteverde
Passiflora--Adaptación
Tropical Ecology 2008
Heliconiie butterflies
Ecología Tropical 2008
Mariposas Heliconiie
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There is a co-evolutionary arms race between butterflies from the subfamily Heliconiine and their host plants from the family Passifloraceae. Egg mimicry is one adaptation that Passifloraceae has evolved specifically to inhibit heliconiine ovipositions. The effectiveness of egg mimicry was tested in Passiflora biflora by modifying the natural egg mimic glands on the leaves, which are dull green in coloration, with two different colors which are closer in likeness to an actual heliconiine egg. The teal leaf treatment represents an early transitional phase of a Passiflora on its evolutionary pathway to creating a more realistic egg mimic, while the yellow leaf treatment mimics the coloration almost perfectly. Both yellow and teal enhancements to egg mimic glands on these leaves effectively deterred ovipositions on the new growth vegetation, yet the yellow treatments were more effective. This indicated that changes to the P. biflora vegetation could affect heliconiine oviposition even if the changes do not appear exactly like a heliconiine egg, but the closer in appearance an alteration is, the stronger the deterrent is. ( , )
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Passiflora spp produce glucósidos de cianuro para prevenir la herbivoría. La subfamilia de mariposas Heliconiinae (Nymphalidae) ha traspasado esta defensa con la habilidad de ingerir compuestos con cianuro. Una carrera armamentista co-evolucionaría de adaptaciones y contra adaptaciones seguidas, en la cual se cree que Passiflora spp evoluciona una serie de defensas adaptativas, como mimetismo de huevos, forma de la hoja, y nectarios extraflorales, para combatir específicamente a estas mariposas.
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