Chemical communication in maternal behaviour of crayfish

@article{Little1975ChemicalCI,
  title={Chemical communication in maternal behaviour of crayfish},
  author={Edward E. Little},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1975},
  volume={255},
  pages={400-401}
}
I HAVE found that chemical communication is important in the brooding behaviour of the crayfish. Although chemical sex attractants have been described in the American lobster1 and Pacific crab4, this is the first report concerning maternal care of the young.