Active sensing in a mormyrid fish: electric images and peripheral modifications of the signal carrier give evidence of dual foveation

Pusch R, von der Emde G, Hollmann M, Bacelo J, Nobel S, Grant K, Engelmann J (2008)
Journal of Experimental Biology 211(6): 921-934.

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Pusch R, von der Emde G, Hollmann M, et al. Active sensing in a mormyrid fish: electric images and peripheral modifications of the signal carrier give evidence of dual foveation. Journal of Experimental Biology. 2008;211(6):921-934.
Pusch, R., von der Emde, G., Hollmann, M., Bacelo, J., Nobel, S., Grant, K., & Engelmann, J. (2008). Active sensing in a mormyrid fish: electric images and peripheral modifications of the signal carrier give evidence of dual foveation. Journal of Experimental Biology, 211(6), 921-934. doi:10.1242/jeb.014175
Pusch, R., von der Emde, G., Hollmann, M., Bacelo, J., Nobel, S., Grant, K., and Engelmann, J. (2008). Active sensing in a mormyrid fish: electric images and peripheral modifications of the signal carrier give evidence of dual foveation. Journal of Experimental Biology 211, 921-934.
Pusch, R., et al., 2008. Active sensing in a mormyrid fish: electric images and peripheral modifications of the signal carrier give evidence of dual foveation. Journal of Experimental Biology, 211(6), p 921-934.
R. Pusch, et al., “Active sensing in a mormyrid fish: electric images and peripheral modifications of the signal carrier give evidence of dual foveation”, Journal of Experimental Biology, vol. 211, 2008, pp. 921-934.
Pusch, R., von der Emde, G., Hollmann, M., Bacelo, J., Nobel, S., Grant, K., Engelmann, J.: Active sensing in a mormyrid fish: electric images and peripheral modifications of the signal carrier give evidence of dual foveation. Journal of Experimental Biology. 211, 921-934 (2008).
Pusch, R., von der Emde, G., Hollmann, M., Bacelo, J., Nobel, S., Grant, K., and Engelmann, J. “Active sensing in a mormyrid fish: electric images and peripheral modifications of the signal carrier give evidence of dual foveation”. Journal of Experimental Biology 211.6 (2008): 921-934.
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