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Volatile shell-investigation cues of land hermit crabs: Effect of shell fit, detection of cues from other hermit crab species, and cue isolation

Journal of Chemical Ecology

Jul 1, 1994

R W Thacker

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Land hermit crab responses to volatile shell-investigation cues from land hermit crabs and from marine hermit crabs are analogous to the responses of marine hermit crabs to shell-investigation cues from marine crabs and from snails. Land hermit crabs attracted to shell cues are in worse...read more

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Shell - Animal Skin Appendage
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Volatile shell-investigation cues of land hermit crabs: Effect of shell fit, detection of cues from other hermit crab species, and cue isolation

Journal of Chemical Ecology

Jul 1, 1994

R W Thacker

PMID: 24242644

DOI: 10.1007/bf02059873

Abstract

Land hermit crab responses to volatile shell-investigation cues from land hermit crabs and from marine hermit crabs are analogous to the responses of marine hermit crabs to shell-investigation cues from marine crabs and from snails. Land hermit crabs attracted to shell cues are in worse...read more

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Crabs
Ethanol
Ethanol Measurement
Tenax
Anomura
Chemicals
Snails
Assay of Volatiles
Infestation by Phthirus Pubis
Shell - Animal Skin Appendage

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