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Synonyms:
   Papilio hospiton (Corsican swallowtail) 

Broader Terms:
   Papilio (swallowtails) 
 
 
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Common Names: Corsican swallowtail



1.  Phylogenomic test of mitochondrial clues to archaic ancestors in a group of hybridizing swallowtail butterflies.LinkIT
Dupuis JR, Sperling FAH
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2020
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2.  The contribution of gustatory input to larval acceptance and female oviposition choice of potential host plants in Papilio hospiton (Géné).LinkIT
Sollai G, Crnjar R
Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology, 2019
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3.  Taste sensitivity and divergence in host plant acceptance between adult females and larvae of Papilio hospiton.LinkIT
Sollai G, Biolchini M, Crnjar R
Insect science, 2018
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4.  Taste receptor plasticity in relation to feeding history in two congeneric species of Papilionidae (Lepidoptera).LinkIT
Sollai G, Biolchini M, Crnjar R
Journal of insect physiology, 2019
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5.  Chemosensory basis of larval performance of Papilio hospiton on different host plants.LinkIT
Sollai G, Biolchini M, Solari P, Crnjar R
Journal of insect physiology, 2017
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6.  Taste discriminating capability to different bitter compounds by the larval styloconic sensilla in the insect herbivore Papilio hospiton (Géné).LinkIT
Sollai G, Tomassini Barbarossa I, Solari P, Crnjar R
Journal of insect physiology, 2015
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7.  Gustatory sensitivity and food acceptance in two phylogenetically closely related papilionid species: Papilio hospiton and Papilio machaon.LinkIT
Sollai G, Tomassini Barbarossa I, Masala C, Solari P, Crnjar R
PloS one, 2014
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8.  Differential patterns of hybridization and introgression between the swallowtails Papilio machaon and P. hospiton from Sardinia and Corsica islands (Lepidoptera, Papilionidae).LinkIT
Cianchi R, Ungaro A, Marini M, Bullini L
Molecular ecology, 2003
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