Interspecific allelopathic effects of B. calyciflorus and M. macrocopa were dependent on the origin and concentration of allelochemical, life history variable, temperature and food density. M. macrocopa had higher sensitivity to the allelochemicals from B. calyciflorus. The underlying mechanisms should be further investigated.
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