Further Reading

Blum, M.S. (1996) Semiochemical parsimony in the Arthropoda. Annual Review ofEntomology 41, 353-74.

Chapman, R.F. (1998) The Insects. Structure and Function, 4 th edn. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Chapman, R.F. (2003) Contact chemoreception in feeding by phytophagous insects. Annual Review of Entomology 48, 455-84.

Cocroft, R.B. & Rodriguez, R.L. (2005) The behavioral ecology ofinsect vibrational communication. BioScience 55, 323-34.

Drosopoulos, S. & Claridge, M.F. (eds) (2006) Insect Sounds and Communication: Physiology, Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Dukas, R. (2008) Evolutionary biology of insect learning. Annual Review ofEntomology 53, 145-60.

Fuller, J.H. & Yack, J.E. (1993) The evolutionary biology of insect hearing. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 8, 248-52.

Greenfield, M.D. (2002) Signalers and Receivers: Mechanisms and Evolution of Arthropod Communication. Oxford University Press, New York.

Guerenstein, P.G. & Hildebrand, J.G. (2008) Roles and effects of environmental carbon dioxide in insect life. Annual Review ofEntomology 53, 161-78.

Heinrich, B. (1993) The Hot-blooded Insects: Strategies and Mechanisms of Thermoregulation. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.

Heinrich, B. (1996) The Thermal Warriors. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.

Howard, R.W. & Blomquist, G.J. (2005) Ecological, behavioral, and biochemical aspects of insect hydrocarbons. Annual Review ofEntomology 50, 3 71-93.

Howse, P., Stevens, I. & Jones, O. (1998) Insect Pheromones and their Use in Pest Management. Chapman & Hall, London.

Hoy, R.R. & Robert, D. (1996) Tympanal hearing in insects. Annual Review ofEntomology 41, 433-50.

Landolt, P.J. (1997) Sex attractant and aggregation pheromones of male phytophagous insects. American Entomologist 43, 12-22.

Leal, W.S. (2005) Pheromone reception. Topics in Current Chemistry 240, 1-36.

Resh, V.H. & Cardé, R.T. (eds) (2009) Encyclopedia of Insects, 2nd edn. Elsevier, San Diego, CA. (Particularly see articles on: bioluminescence; chemoreception; circadian rhythms; eyes and vision; hearing; magnetic sense; mechanore-ception; ocelli and stemmata; orientation; pheromones; vibrational communication.)

Stanger-Hall, K.F., Lloyd, J.E. & Hillis, D.M. (2007) Phylogeny of North American fireflies (Coleoptera: Lampyridae): implications for the evolution of light signals. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 45, 33-49.

Syed, Z. & Leal, W.S. (2008) Mosquitoes smell and avoid the insect repellent DEET. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105, 13598-603.

Wood, D.L. (1982) The role of pheromones, kairomones and allomones in host selection and colonization by bark beetles. Annual Review ofEntomology 27, 411-46.

Wyatt, T.D. (2003) Pheromones and Animal Behavior: Communication by Smell and Taste. Cambrige University Press, Cambridge.

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