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An Experimental Study of Sex Discrimination and Pair Formation in Gammarus Duebenii (Amphipoda)

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An einer Gammarus duebenü Population von 'Isle of Man' wurden Studien durchgeführt über Geschlechtsunterscheidung und -erkennung. Die Männchen zeigten Paarungsverhalten nur gegenüber konspezifischen, reifen Vorhäutungsweibchen. Die wahrscheinlichste Basis für Geschlechtserkennung ist eine physiko-chemische Eigenschaft attraktiver Weibchen. Eine Serie von Experimenten erbrachte keinen Nachweis darfür, daß wasser-eigene entfernungswirksame Pheromone von den Weibchen produziert werden. Kontakterkennung wird als wahrscheinlich angenommen.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Marine Biology, University of Liverpool, Port Erin, Isle of Man, U.K.; 2: St Aidans School, Carlisle, Cumbria, U.K.


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