Seeing through the eyes of a crab

ScienceDaily | 7/16/2018 | Staff
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The widely spaced eyes and visually guided behaviors of the crab Neohelice granulata suggest this highly social predator may compute visual parameters of moving targets by combining input from both eyes, but it is unclear where and how the two sources of visual information are merged and processed.

By manipulating the animals' visual field and recording the activity of motion-sensitive lobula...
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