William N. Tavolga

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The marine catfish (Arius felis) uses directional hearing for the acoustical detection of obstacles, and is primarily dependent on the vector components of near-field acoustics. Directional sound, detected as lateral line action potentials, produces the strongest response on the side toward the stimulus. Responses are maximal in the 50-150 Hz range. The(More)
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