Further reading

French, A.S. (1988). Transduction mechanisms of mechanosensilla. Ann Rev

Entomol 33, 39-58. An account of different types of mechanosensors in insects. Nilson, D-E. (1990). From cornea to retinal image in invertebrate eyes. Trends

Neurosci 13, 55-63. A description of the large number of different kinds of compound eyes that are found in crustaceans and insects.

Stavenga, D.G. & Hardie, R.C. eds, (1989). Facets of Vision. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. A book containing well-written articles on various aspects of the structure and function of compound eyes; especially relevant to this chapter are the chapters by M. Land and S.B. Laughlin.

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