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Processing of a sesquiterpene lactone by Papilio glaucus caterpillarsFRANKFATER, Cheryl; SCHÜHLY, Wolfgang; FRONCZEK, Frank R et al.Journal of chemical ecology. 2005, Vol 31, Num 11, pp 2541-2550, issn 0098-0331, 10 p.Article

Differential esterase activity in Papilio glaucus subspecies: absence of cross-resistance between allelochemicals and insecticidesLINDROTH, R. L.Pesticide biochemistry and physiology (Print). 1989, Vol 35, Num 2, pp 185-191, issn 0048-3575Article

Adult nutrition affects male virility in Papilio glaucus LLEDERHOUSE, R. C; AYRES, M. P; SCRIBER, J. M et al.Functional ecology (Print). 1990, Vol 4, Num 6, pp 743-751, issn 0269-8463Article

Role of larval stemmata in control of pupal color and pupation site preference in swallowtail butterflies Papilio troilus, Papilio polyxenes, Eurytides marcellus, and Papilio glaucus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae)MELLENCAMP, Kristen; HASS, Meredith; WERNE, Adam et al.Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 2007, Vol 100, Num 1, pp 53-58, issn 0013-8746, 6 p.Article

Evidence of a sex-linked diapause response in Papilio glaucus subspecies and their hybridsROCKEY, S. J; HAINZE, J. H; SCRIBER, J. M et al.Physiological entomology. 1987, Vol 12, Num 2, pp 181-184, issn 0307-6962Article

Comparative processing of allelochemicals in the Papilionidae (Lepidoptera)BERENBAUM, M. R.Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology. 1991, Vol 17, Num 4, pp 213-221, issn 0739-4462Article

Biochemical detoxication: mechanism of differential tiger swallowtail tolerance to phenolic glycosidesLINDROTH, R. L.Oecologia. 1989, Vol 81, Num 2, pp 219-224, issn 0029-8549Article

Mitochondrial DNA variation and Haldane's rule in the Papilio glaucus and P. troilus species groupsSPERLING, F. A. H.Heredity (Edinburgh. Print). 1993, Vol 71, pp 227-233, issn 0018-067X, 3Article

Reciprocal latitudinal clines in oviposition behavior of Papilio glaucus and P. canadensis across the great lakes hybrid zone : possible sex-linkage of oviposition preferencesSCRIBER, J. M; GIEBINK, B. L; SNIDER, D et al.Oecologia. 1991, Vol 87, Num 3, pp 360-368, issn 0029-8549Article

Larval developmental rates of three putative subspecies of tiger swallowtail butterflies, Papilio glaucus, and their hybrids in relation to temperatureRITLAND, D. B; SCRIBER, J. M.Oecologia. 1985, Vol 65, Num 2, pp 185-193, issn 0029-8549Article

Hot summer temperatures may stop movement of Papilio canadensis butterflies and genetic introgression south of the hybrid zone in the North American Great Lakes RegionSCRIBER, J. Mark; KEEFOVER, Keegan; NELSON, Susan et al.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2002, Vol 25, Num 2, pp 184-192, issn 0906-7590Article

Ecological aspects of antioxidant enzymes and glutathione-S-transferases in three Papilio speciesLEE, K; BERENBAUM, M.R.Biochemical systematics and ecology. 1992, Vol 20, Num 3, pp 197-207, issn 0305-1978Article

Ecological aspects of antioxidant enzymes and glutathione-S-transferases in three Papilio speciesLEE, K; BERENBAUM, M. R.Biochemical systematics and ecology. 1992, Vol 20, Num 3, pp 197-207, issn 0305-1978Article

Cold tolerance of the pupae in relation to the distribution of swallowtail butterfliesKUKAL, O; AYRES, M. P; SCRIBER, J. M et al.Canadian journal of zoology. 1991, Vol 69, Num 12, pp 3028-3037, issn 0008-4301Article

Population structure and host use in hybridizing subspecies of Papilio glaucus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae)HAGEN, R. H.Evolution. 1990, Vol 44, Num 8, pp 1914-1930, issn 0014-3820, 17 p.Article

Interactions between Papilionidae and ancient Australian Angiosperms : evolutionary specialization or ecological monophagy?SCRIBER, J. Mark; LARSEN, Michelle L; ALLEN, Geoff R et al.Entomologia experimentalis et applicata. 2008, Vol 128, Num 1, pp 230-239, issn 0013-8703, 10 p.Conference Paper

Hybridization leads to host-use divergence in a polyphagous butterfly sibling species pairMERCADER, R. J; AARDEMA, M. L; SCRIBER, J. M et al.Oecologia. 2009, Vol 158, Num 4, pp 651-662, issn 0029-8549, 12 p.Article

Covariance of preference and performance on normal and novel hosts in a locally monophagous and locally polyphagous butterfly populationBOSSART, J. L.Oecologia. 2003, Vol 135, Num 3, pp 477-486, issn 0029-8549, 10 p.Article

Preference variation in the polyphagous tiger swallowtail butterfly (Lepidoptera : Papilionidae)BOSSART, J. L; SCRIBER, J. M.Environmental entomology. 1999, Vol 28, Num 4, pp 628-637, issn 0046-225XArticle

Systematics of the Papilio glaucus and P. troilus species groups (Lepidoptera : Papilionidae) : inferences from allozymesHAGEN, R. H; MARK SCRIBER, J.Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 1991, Vol 84, Num 4, pp 380-395, issn 0013-8746Article

HETEROCHROMATIN POLYMORPHISM AND COLOUR PATTERN IN THE TIGER SWALLOWTAIL BUTTERFLY PAPILIO GLAUCUS L.CLARKE CA; SHEPPARD PM; MITTWOCH U et al.1976; NATURE; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 263; NO 5578; PP. 585-587; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

Local enhancement in mud-puddling swallowtail butterflies (Battus philenor and Papilio glaucus)OTIS, G. W; LOCKE, B; MCKENZIE, N. G et al.Journal of insect behavior. 2006, Vol 19, Num 6, pp 685-698, issn 0892-7553, 14 p.Article

Hydrolysis of phenolic glycosides by midgut β-glucosidases in Papilio glaucus subspeciesLINDROTH, R. L.Insect biochemistry. 1988, Vol 18, Num 8, pp 789-792, issn 0020-1790Article

Female mate preference and the evolution of female-limited batesian mimicryKREBS, R. A; WEST, D. A.Evolution. 1988, Vol 42, Num 5, pp 1101-1104, issn 0014-3820Article

Magnolia virginiana neolignan compounds as chemical barriers to swallowtail butterfly host useNITAO, J. K; JOHNSON, K. S; SCRIBER, J. M et al.Journal of chemical ecology. 1992, Vol 18, Num 9, pp 1661-1671, issn 0098-0331Article

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