Responses to moving small-field stimuli by the praying mantis, Sphodromantis lineola (Burmeister)

Responses to Moving Small-Field Stimuli by the Praying

Adult, female praying mantises, Sphodromantis lineola (Burmeister), were presented with mechanically driven or computer generated stimuli in a series of …

Responses to computer-generated visual stimuli by the male

Responses to computer-generated visual stimuli by the male praying mantis, Sphodromantis lineola (Burmeister) F.R. Prete, T. McleanResponses to moving small-field stimuli by the praying mantis, Sphodromantis lineola (Burmeister)

Responses to computer-generated visual stimuli by the male

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Responses to computer-generated visual stimuli by the male

We tested male mantis’ responses to square, computer-generated visual stimuli of various sizes to determine the stimulus parameters that affect their striking behaviour.

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Published in: Animal Behaviour · 2002Authors: Frederick R Prete · L E Hurd · Donn K Branstrator · Donn K Branstrator · Anne JohnsonAffiliation: Depaul University · Washington and Lee University · University of MinnesotaAbout: Allometry · Perception · Visual field · Sexual dimorphism · Eye tracking

Response Properties of Visual Interneurons to Motion

Responses to moving small-field stimuli by the praying mantis, Sphodromantis lineola (Burmeister). Brain Behav Evolut 47: 42 – 54 . Crossref , PubMed , Google Scholar

Published in: Zoological Science · 2003Authors: Yoshifumi Yamawaki · Yoshihiro TohAffiliation: Kyushu University

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Responses to non-locomotive prey models by the praying

Responses to non-locomotive prey models by the praying mantis,Tenodera angustipennis Saussure. Authors; F.R. 1990 Configural prey recognition by the praying mantis,Sphodromantis lineola (Burr.); Effects of size and direction of movement. F.R. & T. McLean 1996 Responses to moving small-field stimuli by the praying mantis,Sphodromantis

Responses of descending neurons to looming stimuli in the

Responses to visual stimuli of some neurons that descend the nerve cord from the brain were recorded extracellularly in the mantis Tenodera aridifolia. Most of the recorded neurons showed their largest responses to looming stimuli that simulated a black circle approaching towards the mantis.

Response Properties of Visual Interneurons to Motion

Responses of movement-sensitive visual interneurons to prey-like stimuli in the praying mantis Sphodromantis lineola Responses to moving small-field stimuli by the praying mantis, Sphodromantis lineola (Burmeister).

Published in: Zoological Science · 2003Authors: Yoshifumi Yamawaki · Yoshihiro TohAffiliation: Kyushu University

The contrast sensitivity function of the praying mantis

We investigated the contrast sensitivity function in a novel system—the praying mantis Sphodromantis lineola. The praying mantis is a predator that tracks and strikes at specific prey types based on several cues including motion (Prete et al. 1999 ).