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Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2012) 80 (2): 97–107.
Published Online: 13 September 2012
... rhinobatids (shovelnose rays) and pristids (sawfish). In both groups, the number of ampullary pores on the ventral side of the rostrum is similar, even though the pristid rostrum can comprise about 20% of the total length. Ampullary pore numbers in pristids are increased on the upper side of the rostrum...
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Brain Behav Evol (2011) 78 (2): 150–161.
Published Online: 26 September 2011
...B.E. Wueringer; S.C. Peverell; J. Seymour; L. Squire, Jr.; S.P. Collin The lateral line system allows elasmobranchs to detect hydrodynamic movements in their close surroundings. We examined the distribution of pit organs and lateral line canals in 4 species of sawfish ( Anoxypristis cuspidata...
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Brain Behav Evol (2011) 78 (2): 139–149.
Published Online: 05 August 2011
...B.E. Wueringer; S.C. Peverell; J. Seymour; L. Squire, Jr.; S.M. Kajiura; S.P. Collin The distribution and density of the ampullary electroreceptors in the skin of elasmobranchs are influenced by the phylogeny and ecology of a species. Sensory maps were created for 4 species of pristid sawfish...