Moth releasing pheromones

Moth releasing pheromones

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Caption: Moth releasing pheromones. Moth (centre) releasing pheromones from a specialised organ (white) at the end of its abdomen. Pheromones are special chemicals released by moth's, and other animals, to elicit a social response in members of the same species. They are often used to attract mates.

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