ETHOLOGY OF SOME MEMBRACIDS ON ITS HOST PLANTS | ¬†UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

Membracids have gotten a lot of interest for their taxonomic, habitual, behavioural, and bioecological research. The feeding, communal life, resting, mimicry and coloration, oviposition, incubation, ecdysis, and parental care of three membracids, Leptocentrus taurus, Otinotus oneratus, and Oxyrachis taranda, on their host plants were studied in the current study through regular field observations at regular intervals. The current investigation revealed more prominent behavioural characteristics of membracids on their different host plants. As a result, research on other species of membracids exposed to other host plants may reveal additional behavioural characteristics.

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