Three-dimensional spatial cognition in a benthic fish, Corydoras aeneus.
The way animals move through space is likely to affect the way they learn and remember spatial information. For example, a pelagic fish, Astyanax fasciatus, moves freely in vertical and horizontal space and encodes information from both dimensions with similar accuracy. Benthic fish can also move with six degrees of freedom, but spend much of their time travelling over the substrate; hence they might be expected to prioritise the horizontal dimension. To understand how benthic fish encode and...Expand abstract
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articletitle: Three-dimensional spatial cognition in a benthic fish, Corydoras aeneus
journaltitle: Behavioural Processes
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