Kin recognition in anuran amphibians

@article{Blaustein1992KinRI,
  title={Kin recognition in anuran amphibians},
  author={Andrew R. Blaustein and Bruce Waldman},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={1992},
  volume={44},
  pages={207-221}
}
Anuran amphibians have emerged as model vertebrates for the study of kin recognition mechanisms . Larvae of most species reported to date discriminate between kin and non-kin, but anuran kin recognition systems show substantial interspecific variability . The ability to discriminate between kin and non-kin incorporates some form of learning in most, if not all, anuran species studied . Kin recognize one another through chemical cues which may incorporate environmental, genetic and maternal… CONTINUE READING

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