Wyatt, Tristram D.

All animals communicate using scents called pheromones, which, amongst other things, are used to find mates, to warn off or encourage others of the same or different species, and to label places as ‘home’. The first book to cover the whole animal kingdom at this level for 25 years, it draws examples from humans, insects, fish, snakes and mice. This book takes the reader further into the story of pheromones than all existing texts, but will be understandable and enjoyed by students and researchers from a wide variety of disciplines. Also available in hardcover.

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Cambridge University Press, Quarto, paperback, text illustrations, black and white photographs.

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Weight 2700 g