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Electric-Color Sensing in Weakly Electric Fish Suggests Color Perception as a Sensory Concept beyond Vision (Current Biology)
 




Using stimulus recordings and behavioral experiments, Gottwald et al. show that nocturnal, weakly electric fish utilize a color-like electrical cue for fast and reliable prey recognition. Electric-color sensing during active electrolocation suggests the perception of `colors` as a sensory concept beyond vision and passive sensing.


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