Dipole source localization by mottled sculpin. I. Approach strategies

@article{Coombs1997DipoleSL,
  title={Dipole source localization by mottled sculpin. I. Approach strategies},
  author={Sheryl Coombs and Ruth A. Conley},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology A},
  year={1997},
  volume={180},
  pages={387-399}
}
Lake Michigan mottled sculpin respond to a chemically-inert vibrating sphere (a dipole source) with an initial orientation towards the source followed by a step-wise progression towards and final strike at the source. An analysis of videotape recordings of this behavior indicate that although pathways to the source varied, they tended to be influenced by the fish's position at signal onset. Fish heading toward the source at signal onset approached the source in an indirect fashion by either (a… CONTINUE READING

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