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   Chelonia virginalis 
   Platyprepia virginalis (Ranchman's Tiger Moth) 

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   Chelonia (Green Turtles) 
Latest Articles on Chelonia virginalis from uBioRSS
Lack of susceptibility of soil-inhabiting Platyprepia virginalis caterpilla... - Latest Issue of Entomologia Experimentalis et Appl...
Population dynamics of an Arctiid caterpillartachinid parasitoid system usi... - Latest Issue of Journal of Animal Ecology

Platyprepia virginalis
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Common Names: Ranchman's Tiger Moth

1.  Wet years have more caterpillars: interacting roles of plant litter and predation by ants.LinkIT
Karban R, Grof-Tisza P, Holyoak M
Ecology, 2017

2.  Predation and associational refuge drive ontogenetic niche shifts in an arctiid caterpillar.LinkIT
Grof-Tisza P, Holyoak M, Antell E, Karban R
Ecology, 2015

3.  The importance of host plant limitation for caterpillars of an arctiid moth (Platyprepia virginalis) varies spatially.LinkIT
Karban R, Grof-Tisza P, Maron JL, Holyoak M
Ecology, 2012

4.  Why do florivores prefer hermaphrodites over females in Nemophila menziesii (Boraginaceae)?LinkIT
McCall AC, Barr CM
Oecologia, 2012

5.  Population dynamics of an Arctiid caterpillar-tachinid parasitoid system using state-space models.LinkIT
Karban R, de Valpine P
The Journal of animal ecology, 2010

6.  Effects of genetic structure of Lupinus arboreus and previous herbivory on Platyprepia virginalis caterpillars.LinkIT
Karban R, Kittelson PM
Oecologia, 1999

7.  Effects of an early-season folivorous moth on the success of a later-season species, mediated by a change in the quality of the shared host, Lupinus arboreus Sims.LinkIT
Harrison S, Karban R
Oecologia, 1986