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The larva of the tiger beetle Cicindela chinensis is an ambushing hunter with a body length of 15-22 mm that lives in a tunnel in the ground. It ambushes prey, keeping its head horizontal at the opening of the tunnel. When prey approaches the tunnel, the larva jumps to snap at it. When an object moves beyond its jumping range (approximately 15 mm), however,(More)
Imaging studies based on intrinsic optical signals have been primarily performed by analyses of the signal amplitude as opposed to using the temporal information of the intrinsic optical signals. The present study focused on the dynamics of these signals in cat area 18, and quantitatively compared the waveforms after presentation of different stimuli across(More)
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