P. Gebicke

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side of the head between the two lateral ocelli. Stimulation of these hairs initiates and maintains flight [4]. The primary afferents from these wind-sensitive head hairs do not project to regions of neuropile occupied by flight motor neurones [5, 6]. This makes a direct input from sensory to motor neurones unlikely. However, a wind-sensitive interneurone,(More)
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