The cone visual pigments of an Australian marsupial, the Tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii): Sequence, spectral tuning and evolution
Studies on marsupial color vision have been limited to very few species. There is evidence from behavioral, electroretinographic (ERG), and microspectrophotometric (MSP) measurements for the existence of both dichromatic and trichromatic color vision. No
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