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Belinky, C. R. & Belinky, G. K. (1973) Climbing, falling, and depth perception in the wood turtle, Part I. Bulletin of the New York Herpetological Society, 10 3–9.  
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Belinky, C. R. & Belinky, G. K. (1973) Climbing, falling, and depth perception in the wood turtle, Part II. Bulletin of the New York Herpetological Society, 11 32–43.  
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Douglas, R. H., Collett, T. & Wagner, H. .-J. (1986) Accommodation in anuran Amphibia and its role in depth vision. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 158 133–143.  
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Ehrenfeld, D. W. & Koch, A. L. (1967) Visual Accommodation in the Green Turtle. Science, 155 827–828.  
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Fleishman, L. J., Howland, H. C., Howland, M. J., Rand, A. S. & Davenport, M. L. (1988) Crocodiles don't focus underwater. Journal of Comparative Physiology A: 163 441–443.  
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Harkness, L. (1977) Chameleons use accommodation cues to judge distance. Nature, 267 346–349.  
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Henze, M. J., Schaeffel, F., Wagner, H. .-J. & Ott, M. (2004) Accommodation behaviour during prey capture in the vietnamese leaf turtle ( Geoemyda spengleri). Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 190 139–146.  
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Malmström, T. & Kröger, R. H. H. (2006) Pupil shapes and lens optics in the eyes of terrestrial vertebrates. Journal of Experimental Biology, 209 18–25.  
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Mathis, U., Schaeffel, F. & Howland, H. C. (1988) Visual optics in toads (Bufo americanus). Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 163 201–213.  
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Murphy, C. J. & Howland, H. C. (1986) On the gekko pupil and scheiner's disc. Vision Research, 26 815–817.  
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Northmore, D. P. & Granda, A. M. (1991) Ocular dimensions and schematic eyes of freshwater and sea turtles. Visual Neuroscience, 7 627–635.  
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Ott, M., Schaeffel, F. & Kirmse, W. (1998) Binocular vision and accommodation in prey-catching chameleons. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 182 319–330.  
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Ott, M. & Schaeffel, F. (1995) A negatively powered lens in the chameleon. Nature, 373 692–694.  
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Ott, M. (2006) Visual accommodation in vertebrates: mechanisms, physiological response and stimuli. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 192 97–111.  
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Schaeffel, F., Hagel, G., Eikermann, J. & Collett, T. (1994) Lower-field myopia and astigmatism in amphibians and chickens. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 11 487–495.  
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Schaeffel, F. & Mathis, U. (1991) Underwater vision in semi-aquatic european snakes. Naturwissenschaften, 78 373–375.  
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Sivak, J. G. (1980) Accommodation in vertebrates: a contemporary survey. Zadunaisky, J. A. & Davson, H. (Eds.), Current topics in eye research.  
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Stone, J. V. & Frisby, J. P. (2010) Seeing: The Computational Approach to Biological Vision The MIT Press.  
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Werner, C. & Himstedt, W. (1984) Eye accommodation during prey capture behaviour in salamanders (Salamandra salamandra L.). Behavioural Brain Research, 12 69–73.  
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