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คณิศรา แม็กนุสเซ่น

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Insect Parental behavior is any parental traits that enhance the chance of offspring surviving and reproductive successes. These parenting behaviors are the extra investment that parental care costs such as; energy, life-threatening risks, and the risk of offspring production in the future that would be invested for their offspring’s benefits. In insect taxa, the evolution of parental care behaviors was adapted independently, so diverse forms of behaviors have been occurred. According to the previous references, the forms of insect parental behaviors have been classified into 9 forms as follows: (1) oviposition-site selection, (2) nest building and burrowing, (3) egg attendance, (4) egg brooding, (5) embryo care within the mother's body, (6) offspring brooding, (7) food provision, (8) offspring attendance, and (9) care of mature offspring. Examples of parental behaviors in various forms of some insects are discussed in this article.

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คณิศรา แม็กนุสเซ่น

ภาควิชาชีววิทยา คณะวิทยาศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยมหาสารคาม ตำบลขามเรียง อำเภอกันทรวิชัย จังหวัดมหาสารคาม 44150

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