Visual acuity of snapper Pagrus auratus: effect of size and spectral composition.

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Visual acuity of the commercially important sparid Pagrus auratus was tested using the optomotor response. Juvenile fish were categorized by size as group 1 (50 g), group 2 (100 g), group 3 (150 g), group 4 (300 g), group 5 (500 g) and group 6 (800 g). Group 3 fish demonstrated excellent visual acuity (minimum separable angle, M(SA), 1°), which was improved… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2011.03130.x

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@article{Robinson2011VisualAO, title={Visual acuity of snapper Pagrus auratus: effect of size and spectral composition.}, author={Elna Robinson and Alistair R. Jerrett and Sarah E Black and W. R. Davison}, journal={Journal of fish biology}, year={2011}, volume={79 7}, pages={1883-94} }