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Response to Masi and Bouret - Commentary on Klailova and Lee's (2014) "Wild western lowland gorillas signal selectively using odor"

Citation
Klailova M & Lee PC (2015) Response to Masi and Bouret - Commentary on Klailova and Lee's (2014) "Wild western lowland gorillas signal selectively using odor". [Commentary on: S.Masi, S. Bouret,Odor signals in wild western lowland gorillas: an involuntary and extra-group communication hypothesis, Physiol. Behav. 145 (2015), pp. 123-126. M. Klailova, P.C. Lee, Western lowland gorillas signal selectively using odor, PLoS One 9 (2014) e99554.] Physiology and Behavior, 145, pp. 127-128.

Commentary of
S.Masi, S. Bouret,Odor signals in wild western lowland gorillas: an involuntary and extra-group communication hypothesis, Physiol. Behav. 145 (2015), pp. 123-126. M. Klailova, P.C. Lee, Western lowland gorillas signal selectively using odor, PLoS One 9 (2014) e99554.

Keywords
Chemosignalling; Silverback arousal; Odour variation; Response to risk; Intergroup encounters

StatusPublished
AuthorsKlailova Michelle, Lee Phyllis C
Publication date01/06/2015
Publication date online19/03/2015
Date accepted by journal19/03/2015
PublisherElsevier
ISSN 0031-9384
LanguageEnglish

Journal
Physiology and Behavior: Volume 145 (2015)

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