Movement detection in the posterolateral eyes of jumping spiders (Evarcha arcuata, Salticidae)

@article{Duelli2004MovementDI,
  title={Movement detection in the posterolateral eyes of jumping spiders (Evarcha arcuata, Salticidae)},
  author={Peter Duelli},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={124},
  pages={15-26}
}
1. Jumping spiders react to a single moving object in the visual field of the posterolateral eyes with an accurate turn of the prosoma which brings the object into the visual field of the large frontal eyes. However, it was not possible to elicit optomotor reactions to moving stripe patterns nor turning reactions to random patterns consisting of moving black squares. 2. By systematically “diluting” the random square pattern in a drum apparatus, the optical parameters which lead to the… CONTINUE READING
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