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Magnus Johnson

Senior Lecturer in Environmental Marine Science


The reniform reflecting superposition compound eyes of Nephrops norvegicus: optics, susceptibility to light-induced damage, electrophysiology and a ray tracing model (2013)
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Gaten, E., Moss, S., & Johnson, M. L. (2013). The reniform reflecting superposition compound eyes of Nephrops norvegicus: optics, susceptibility to light-induced damage, electrophysiology and a ray tracing model. In Advances in Marine Biology; The Ecology and Biology of Nephrops norvegicus, 107-148. Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-410466-2.00004-2

The large reniform eyes of the reptant, tube-dwelling decapod Nephrops norvegicus are described in detail. Optically these reflecting superposition compound eyes are a little unusual in that they are laterally flattened, a feature that may enhance th... Read More about The reniform reflecting superposition compound eyes of Nephrops norvegicus: optics, susceptibility to light-induced damage, electrophysiology and a ray tracing model.

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