Is the pirate really a ghost? Evidence for generalized chemical camouflage in an aquatic predator, pirate perch Aphredoderus sayanus.

Abstract

Camouflage occupies a central role in arsenals of both predators and prey and invokes visions of organisms possessing specific characteristics or altering their shape, color, or behavior to blend into the visual background or confound identification. However, many organisms use modalities other than vision. Chemical communication is particularly important… (More)
DOI: 10.1086/670016

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@article{Resetarits2013IsTP, title={Is the pirate really a ghost? Evidence for generalized chemical camouflage in an aquatic predator, pirate perch Aphredoderus sayanus.}, author={William J. Resetarits and Christopher A. Binckley}, journal={The American naturalist}, year={2013}, volume={181 5}, pages={690-9} }