Source and nature of disturbance-chemical system in crayfish

@article{Hazlett1990SourceAN,
  title={Source and nature of disturbance-chemical system in crayfish},
  author={Brian A. Hazlett},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={1990},
  volume={16},
  pages={2263-2275}
}
The responses of crayfish to water from aquaria containing either undisturbed or disturbed animals were observed. The crayfishOrconectes propinquus andO. rusticus showed no response to disturbed-conspecific water. Individuals ofO. virilis respond not only to disturbed crayfish but to other taxa (the leechMacrobdella decora, the darterEtheostoma exile, and rock bassAmbloplites rupestris), but not to the painted turtleChrsymes picta. Additional tests indicated partial responses byO. virilis to… CONTINUE READING

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