dichromatic


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A colorimetric analysis of the Richmond and Waggoner HRR plates indicated that the colours are well aligned with the dichromatic confusion lines.
Rusty-collared Seedeaters are sexually dichromatic and males and females do not differ in body size (~12-13 g.
In contrast, most New World primates, such as the tamarins and marmosets of South America, are dichromatic, having just blue-sensitive and green-sensitive opsins.
The house finch is a dichromatic cardueline finch; females exhibit gray-brown plumage, while males have carotid pigmentation on the head, chest, and rump, ranging from yellowish to dark red (Clement, et al.
This technique has been frequently used in making dichromatic rear lights of automobiles, advanced toys, and household appliances, etc.
The LEDs come in red, yellow-green, and larger dichromatic versions and feature a 70-degree horizontal viewing angle and a typical luminous intensity of 400 mcd for the red LED and 140 mcd for the yellow-green model.
The existence of both sexually monochromatic and dichromatic species within becards begs the question of how breeding systems and displays, if they exist, differ within the group.
In all 13 species with partial preformative molts, the second (definitive) basic plumage was sexually dichromatic, but in only nine of these were replaced formative plumage feathers in both sexes similar to subsequent definitive basic counterparts.
24) The present author then provided further data on both anomalous dichromats and examined dichromatic observers for the first time.
Do hosts discriminate between sexually dichromatic male and female Brown-headed Cowbirds?
1) With the improving technology and advancing research, it is now possible to simulate what the world looks like to a dichromatic observer.
Blue-black Grassquits are sexually dimorphic and dichromatic, and males exhibit an iridescent blue-black nuptial plumage during the breeding season (Maia et al.
The Tawny-billed Seedeater Sporophila hypoxantha, which weighs 9 g and measures 10 cm in total length, is a sexually dimorphic and dichromatic species.
Pertaining specifically to dichromatic species, the female mimicry hypothesis suggests that DPM in males may deceptively communicate female-status to ASY males, thus allowing SY males to avoid costly agonistic interactions with older males (Rohwer et al.
Using phosphor they could achieve 280 LPW and the dichromatic versions up to 360, according to the Solid State Lighting and Energy Center.