Alteration of the chemical environment disrupts communication in a freshwater fish.

@article{Fisher2006AlterationOT,
  title={Alteration of the chemical environment disrupts communication in a freshwater fish.},
  author={Heidi S Fisher and Bob B. M. Wong and Gil G. Rosenthal},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={273 1591},
  pages={
          1187-93
        }
}
It is well established that changes to the chemical environment can impair development, physiology and reproductive biology; by contrast, impacts on communication have not been widely reported. This is surprising given that chemical communication is the most widely used sensory modality in nature, and that variation in the chemical composition of the environment is the rule, not the exception. Here, we show that chemically mediated species recognition in a swordtail fish, Xiphophorus birchmanni… CONTINUE READING

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