new paper entitled 'Egg-Cracking Vibration as a Cue for Stink Bug Siblin
new paper entitled 'Egg-Cracking Vibration as a Cue for Stink Bug Siblings to Synchronize Hatching'
Takuma Takanashi <>
Wed, 9 Jan 2019 06:13:37 +0000
On behalf of my co-authors, I would like to announce our new paper
entitled 'Egg-Cracking Vibration as a Cue for Stink Bug Siblings to
Synchronize Hatching' in Current Biology.
Jun Endo, Takuma Takanashi, Hiromi Mukai, Hideharu Numata
Current Biology 29(1):143-148 (2019)
Egg-Cracking Vibration as a Cue for Stink Bug Siblings to Synchronize
• During the hatching of a stink bug, egg cracking generates a single
• Fully developed embryos immediately start hatching when receiving the
• The vibration widely spreads across a clutch and induces its explosive
• Synchronized hatching crucial for survival is achieved using the
vibration as a cue
Our paper is kindly introduced by Dr. Peggy Hill as Dispatches.
Please feel free to ask me for sending pdf.
All the best,
Dr. Takuma Takanashi
Department of Forest Entomology
Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute
Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8687, Japan
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