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  • Newport, C., N.F. Green, E.C. McClure, D.C. Osorio, M. Vorobyev, N.J. Marshall and K.L. Cheney (2017). Fish use colour to learn compound visual signals, Animal Behaviour, 125: 93-100. LIRS catalog number 2114.
  • Siebeck, U.E. (2002). UV vision and visual ecology of reef fish, Ph.D. thesis, University of Queensland. LIRS catalog number 754.
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