Mammalian Pheromone Studies , V * . Compounds from the Preorbital Gland of the Grysbok , Raphicerus melanotis

Abstract

The secretion of the preorbital gland of the small neotragine antelope Raphicerus melanotis, commonly known as the grysbok, is deposited on twigs [1] by the males in territorial marking. The gland appears to be equally productive in both sexes and the secre­ tions produced by males and females contain the same compounds, albeit in different quantitative… (More)

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