Colour vision and response bias in a coral reef fish.


Animals use coloured signals for a variety of communication purposes, including to attract potential mates, recognize individuals, defend territories and warn predators of secondary defences (aposematism). To understand the mechanisms that drive the evolution and design of such visual signals, it is important to understand the visual systems and potential… (More)
DOI: 10.1242/jeb.087932



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@article{Cheney2013ColourVA, title={Colour vision and response bias in a coral reef fish.}, author={Karen L Cheney and C. B. Newport and Eva C. McClure and N. Justin Marshall}, journal={The Journal of experimental biology}, year={2013}, volume={216 Pt 15}, pages={2967-73} }