Visual discrimation by the spraying characid, Copeina arnoldi Regan.

@article{Krekorian1973VisualDB,
  title={Visual discrimation by the spraying characid, Copeina arnoldi Regan.},
  author={C. O'neil Krekorian and David W. Dunham},
  journal={Animal behaviour},
  year={1973},
  volume={21 4},
  pages={
          741-8
        }
}
Abstract Visual discrimination by male spraying characids, Copeina arnoldi , during spawn splashing was studied. Apparently the spawn is not used per se in directing parental splashing. Males discriminated between the standard 12·7-cm disc and a square, a triangle, a white disc, and a small disc in successive and/or simultaneous presentations. They did not discriminate between the standard disc and a large disc in succession, nor between the standard (green) disc and a white disc presented… CONTINUE READING

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