Insect 'anti-antiaphrodisiac' tells males when females are ready to mate

Scientists have discovered a new "anti-antiaphrodesiac" pheromone released by female insects to let males know they are ready to mate again.

Insect 'anti-antiaphrodisiac' tells males when females are ready to mate

Researchers have identified a pheromone released by female insects after mating that tells males exactly when they are ready to mate again.

Tue 11 Jul 17 from Phys.org

Insect 'anti-antiaphrodisiac' tells males when females are ready to mate, Tue 11 Jul 17 from ScienceDaily

Insect 'anti-antiaphrodisiac' tells males when females are ready to mate, Tue 11 Jul 17 from Eurekalert

Female insects use 'anti-antiaphrodisiac' to let males know they're read to mate

Scientists have discovered a new "anti-antiaphrodesiac" pheromone released by female insects to let males know they are ready to mate again.

Tue 11 Jul 17 from UPI

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