Female parasitoid wasps search for insect hosts in which to

Female parasitoid wasps search for insect hosts in which to lay eggs, and they can often discriminat… Show more Female parasitoid wasps search for insect hosts in which to lay eggs, and they can often discriminate among individual hosts that are more or less suitable for their offspring. Behavioral ecologists have asked whether or not the wasps’ willingness to lay eggs in less suitable hosts varies with the female’s age. On the basis of life history theory, what pattern of change would you predict? Does life history theory make any other predictions about animal behavior? • Show less

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