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Sex Attraction and Copulation in Pelodera Teres

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Pelodera teres was cultured on Nigon agar and used for studies on larval development and reproduction. The results indicate that a water soluble attractant is secreted by receptive females which activates and attracts the adult males. As well as holding the female in position during copulation it is possible that the well-developed bursa has a sensory function in locating the vulva. Active spermatozoan motility could not be detected.

Affiliations: 1: National Agricultural Advisory Service, Ty Glas Road, Cardiff, Wales

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2016-12-07

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