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CHEMICAL COMMUNICATION IN THE REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION OF THE CRAYFISHES ORCONECTES PROPINQUUS AND ORCONECTES VIRILIS (DECAPODA, CAMBARIDAE)

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ABSTRACT Laboratory experiments demonstrate that chemical cues are important in species recognition in the crayfishes Orconectes propinquus and Orconectes virilis. Males and females of both species can perceive the chemicals released from their own and the other species and are attracted only to the chemicals of conspecifics of the opposite sex.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A1, Canada.

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2016-12-03

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