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Static visual predator recognition in jumping spiders

Rößler, Daniela C. ; De Agrò, Massimo ; Kim, Kris ; Shamble, Paul S.


1. Visually detecting, recognizing and responding appropriately to predators increases survival. Failure to detect a predator or long decision time carries high and potentially fatal costs. Consequently, many animals show general anti-predatory responses towards threatening stimuli, for example, looming objects. However, in the context of lurking or stalking predators, visual recognition is based ...


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