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Review of visually guided behaviour in nocturnal arthropods

One of the clearest indications of how useful visual landmark information is for orientation and navigation is that nocturnal insects push the sensory limits in order to extract visual information. Some of the most beautiful stories about nocturnal vision in insects comes from the Lund group – and here we have a review paper looking collectively at nocturnal arthropods and their uses of visual information for spatial behaviour.

Eric Warrant, Marie Dacke “Visual Orientation and Navigation in Nocturnal Arthropods” Brain Behav Evol 2010;75:156-173

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