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Mentions: In insects the optomotor response produces a motor action to compensate for unintended body rotation. The response is generally modeled as a Reichardt-Hassenstein (HSD) or Barlow-Levick (BL) correlation detector, as anatomical and physiological studies in Drosophila melanogaster have demonstrated consistent neural pathways and responses in the insect brain . Recordings from the descending neurons carrying the optomotor response signal in honeybees indicate an ordering effect for different stimulus spatial frequencies, with a greater response with decreasing frequency  (see Figure 1A), which is not accounted for by HSD or BL correlation detectors.
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