Young aphids piggyback on adult aphids to reach safety quicker, and what is even more interesting is that adults actually try to remove the young aphids… Read more »
Moshe Gish is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management at the University of Haifa. He studies insect ecology and focuses on behavioral adaptations and on novel strategies for the conservation of insects in natural ecosystems.
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- Why do aphids piggyback on each other after dropping off the plant? - 6th December 2018