Saul S. Nava

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
visual ecolgy, behavioral ecology, evolution, visual system
"Saul Nava"
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Emília P. Martins grad student 2009 Indiana University Bloomington
 (Sex-specific visual performance and receiver divergence in lizard communication.)
John E. Dowling post-doc Harvard
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Nava SS, Moreno L, Wang D. (2012) Receiver sex differences in visual response to dynamic motion signals in Sceloporus lizards Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 66: 1357-1362
Nava SS, An S, Hamil T. (2011) Visual detection of UV cues by adult zebrafish (Danio rerio). Journal of Vision. 11: 2
Nava SS, Conway M, Martins EP. (2009) Sex-specific visual performance: female lizards outperform males in motion detection. Biology Letters. 5: 732-4
Nava SS, Conway MA, Martins EP. (2009) Divergence of visual motion detection in diurnal geckos that inhabit bright and dark habitats Functional Ecology. 23: 794-799
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