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Anonymous1960The visual system of Octopus
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P. C. Boulet1958La perception visuelle du mouvement chez la perche et al seiche (In French)
B. B. Boycott, Young J. Z.1957Effects of interference with the vertical lobe on visual discrimination in Octopus vulgaris Lamarck
E. A. Bradley, Messenger J. B.1977Brightness preference in Octopus as a function of the background brightness
P. K. Brown, Brown P. S.1958Visual pigments of the octopus and cuttlefish
P. K. Brown, Brown P. S.1958Visual pigments of the octopus and cuttlefish
B. U. Budelmann1975Gravity receptor function in cephalopods with particular reference to Sepia officinalis
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E. E. C. Flores1983Visual discrimination testing in the squid Todarodes pacificus: experimental evidence for lack of color vision
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P. H. Hartline, Hurley, A. C., Lange, G. D.1979Eye stabilization by statocyst mediated oculomotor reflex in Nautilus
R. Hubbard, St.George R. C. C.1958The rhodopsin system of the squid
R. Jander, Daumer, K., Waterman, T. H.1963Polarized light orientation by two Hawaiian decapod cephalopods
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Y. Kito, Seidou, M., Michinomae, M., Partridge, J. C., Herring, P. J.1992Porphyropsin and new deep-sea visual pigment with 4-hydroxyretinal are found in some mesopelagic cephalopods in Atlantic
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J. N. Lythgoe1972The adaptation of visual pigments to the photic environment
H. Maldonado1964The control of attack by Octopus
J. A. Mather1991Navigation by spatial memory and use of visual landmarks in octopuses
J. A. Mather1991Navigation by spatial memory and use of visual landmarks in octopuses
S. Matsui, Seidou, M., Horiuchi, S., Uchiyama, I., Kito, Y.1988Adaptations of a deep-sea cephalopod to the photic environment. Evidence for three visual pigments
S. Matsui, Seidou, M., Horiuchi, S., Uchiyama, I., Kito, Y.1988Adaptations of a deep-sea cephalopod to the photic environment. Evidence for three visual pigments
A. Mauro1977Extra-ocular photoreceptors in cephalopods
A. Mauro1977Extra-ocular photoreceptors in cephalopods
J. B. Messenger1979The nervous system of Loligo. IV. The peduncle and olfactory lobes
J. B. Messenger1979The eyes and skin of Octopus: compensating for sensory deficiencies
J. B. Messenger1979The nervous system of Loligo. IV. The peduncle and olfactory lobes
J. B. Messenger1977Evidence that Octopus is colour blind
J. B. Messenger1977Evidence that Octopus is colour blind
J. B. Messenger1970Optomotor responses and nystagmus in intact, blinded and statocystless cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis L.)
J. B. Messenger1970Optomotor responses and nystagmus in intact, blinded and statocystless cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis L.)
J. B. Messenger1968The visual attack of the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
J. B. Messenger1968Monocular discrimination of mirror images in Octopus
J. B. Messenger1967The effects on locomotion of lesions to the visuo-motor system in Octopus
J. B. Messenger1981Comparative physiology of vision in Molluscs
J. B. Messenger1991Photoreception and vision in molluscs
J. B. Messenger, Sanders G. D.1972Visual preference and two-cue discrimination learning in Octopus
J. B. Messenger, Sanders G. D.1971The inability of Octopus vulgaris to discriminate monocularly between oblique rectangles
J. B. Messenger, Wilson, A. P., Hedge, A.1973Some evidence for colour-blindness in Octopus
J. B. Messenger, Wilson, A. P., Hedge, A.1973Some evidence for colour-blindness in Octopus
J. Michels, Robertson, J. D., Young, J. Z.1987Can conditioned aversive tactile stimuli affect extinction of visual responses in Octopus?
M. Michinomae, Masuda, H., Seidou, M., Kito, Y.1994Structural basis for wavelength discrimination in the banked retina of the firefly squid Watasenia scintillans
M. Michinomae, Masuda, H., Seidou, M., Kito, Y.1994Structural basis for wavelength discrimination in the banked retina of the firefly squid Watasenia scintillans

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