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The Physio-chemical Variation of the Host Plants and Feed Preference of the Ussur Brown Katydid, Paratlanticus ussuriensis (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)
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The Physio-chemical Variation of the Host Plants and Feed Preference of the Ussur Brown Katydid, Paratlanticus ussuriensis (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)
Kim, Myung-Hyun; Bang, Hea-Son; Jung, Myung-Pyo; Na, Young-Eun; Han, Min-Su; Kang, Kee-Kyung; Lee, Deog-Bae;
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 Abstract
In 2006 and 2007, there was a big outbreak of the Ussur Brown Katydid, Paratlanticus ussurriensis in the central part of Korea attacking some orchard trees. Until 2000, the katydid had not been regarded as an agricultural pest because they were distributed widely in Korea with low population density and their habitats were confined mainly to hillsides of forested areas. The fact that katydid attacked orchard trees with a higher population density seemed to be related to a change in feeding environment. And the shift of their habitats from oak woodlands to commercial orchards was thought to be related to the nutritional contents of their feed. In an attempt to understand these relationships, we conducted an ecological study of the affected areas. When the katydids changed their habitats in early May of 2008 and 2009, they shifted their host plants from oak trees to peach trees. The habitat shift was closely related to the nitrogen (N) content of the host plant leaves. When katydid moved to the hillside adjacent to orchard farm, N content of oak tree leaves decreased dramatically from 5.3% to 2.2%. At that time N content of peach tree leaves were higher than the 2.2% of oak leaves, showing 3.5~5.0%. This range of N content of peach tree leaves has been consistent until late June. And feed preference analysis carried out in the laboratory showed that katydid prefered peach tree leaves to peach fruit to oak tree leaves.
 Keywords
Feed preference;Host plant;Nitrogen;Paratlanticus ussuriensis;Quercus aliena;
 Language
Korean
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