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Through the Eyes of the Crab: Binocular processing of object motion in the crustacean

News   Jul 17, 2018 | Original Story from SfN

 
Through the Eyes of the Crab: Binocular processing of object motion in the crustacean

This image shows a male crab Neohelice granualta. The two widely separated eyes are at the tip of movable eyestalks. Within the eyestalks are the optic lobes and other brain centers where binocular motions-sensitive neurons were found. Credit: Daniela Prina, SfN

 
 
 

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