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Premating behaviour of the free-living marine nematode Chromadorita tenuis consists of movements of the male towards the adult virgin female stimulated by a pheromone released by the female. The vaginal gland cells are suggested as possible site of pheromone production. Sperm cells or a n accon~panying substance probably inhibit pheromone release after insemination. At close range, the attracted male shows pre-copulatory behaviour consisting of reverse locomotion which 1s not sexspecific sincedoi:10.3354/meps010089 fatcat:7iqeviiupbdpxgjudaowrdt4jq