The visual system of the Australian wolf spider Lycosa leuckartii (Araneae: Lycosidae): visual acuity and the functional role of the eyes

@inproceedings{Clemente2010TheVS,
  title={The visual system of the Australian wolf spider Lycosa leuckartii (Araneae: Lycosidae): visual acuity and the functional role of the eyes},
  author={C. Clemente and K. McMaster and E. Fox and L. Meldrum and T. Stewart and B. Y. Main},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Ocular arrangement and visual acuity were examined in Lycosa leuckartii Thorell 1870. [...] Key Method Major structural and functional features of the visual system, including external and internal ocular organizations, resolution, sensitivity, focal lengths and the field of view, were characterized for each eye. Lycosa leuckartii had a large developmental investment in a specialized visual system with high visual acuity. The field of view extended 360° and displayed the potential for good depth…Expand
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