Armed with information : chemical self-recognition in the octopus

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CARLS-DIAMANTE, Sidney, 2020. Armed with information : chemical self-recognition in the octopus. In: Adaptive Behavior. Sage Publications. 28(6), pp. 479-489. ISSN 1059-7123. eISSN 1741-2633. Available under: doi: 10.1177/1059712319862253

@article{CarlsDiamante2020Armed-53007, title={Armed with information : chemical self-recognition in the octopus}, year={2020}, doi={10.1177/1059712319862253}, number={6}, volume={28}, issn={1059-7123}, journal={Adaptive Behavior}, pages={479--489}, author={Carls-Diamante, Sidney} }

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