Is primate color vision optimized for detecting variation in skin signals? A functional substitution study of monkey face coloration.

C. Hiramatsu, A.D. Melin, W.L. Allen, C. Dubuc, James Higham

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    JournalProceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
    StateAccepted/In press - 2017

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    Is primate color vision optimized for detecting variation in skin signals? A functional substitution study of monkey face coloration. / Hiramatsu, C.; Melin, A.D.; Allen, W.L.; Dubuc, C.; Higham, James.

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