Symposium: Insect vibratory communication: from behaviour to physiology and application
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Vibratory communication is common phenomena in small plant-dwelling living insects. It is estimated that ~200.000 insect species use this communication modality. Despite a crescent volume of information, vibratory communication in many groups of insects remains under-studied and it is necessary attract young entomologists to this research field. In this symposium, we will try to present different aspects of vibratory communication from basic to applied research including communication in networks, interaction with other signals modalities and possibilities of application in pest management.
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