Colour vision in marine organisms.

Abstract

Colour vision in the marine environment is on average simpler than in terrestrial environments with simple or no colour vision through monochromacy or dichromacy. Monochromacy is found in marine mammals and elasmobranchs, including whales and sharks, but not some rays. Conversely, there is also a greater diversity of colour vision in the ocean than on land… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.conb.2015.02.002

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@article{Marshall2015ColourVI, title={Colour vision in marine organisms.}, author={N Justin Marshall and Karen L Carleton and Thomas W. Cronin}, journal={Current opinion in neurobiology}, year={2015}, volume={34}, pages={86-94} }