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Differences in rectal amino acid levels determine bacteria-originated sex pheromone specificity in two closely related flies

Differences in rectal amino acid levels determine bacteria-originated sex pheromone specificity in two closely related flies https://ift.tt/ORwfcaP Bactrocera dorsalis is a notorious invasive species. Along with it, its "cousin" Bactrocera cucurbitae, has a similar morphological and sexual pheromone composition. So, why they can avoid mating with their "cousins"? Amino acid, glucose,bacteria,which is the decisive factor?

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