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                                                                         M. F. Land 



1.         Land MF (1964) The eye of the scallop; a concave reflector. J Physiol (Lond.) 175: 9‑10P 


2.         Land MF (1965)  Image formation by a concave reflector in the eye of the scallop,  Pecten maximus . J Physiol (Lond.) 179: 138‑153


3.         Land MF (1966) Activity in the optic nerve of Pecten maximus in response to changes in  light intensity, and to pattern and movement in the optical environment. J Exp Biol 45: 83‑99


4.         Barber VC, Land MF (1966) The physical properties of a biological reflector: the  argentea of the eye of Pecten. J Physiol (Lond.) 185: 1‑2P


5.         Land MF (1966) A multilayer interference reflector in the eye of the scallop, Pecten  maximus. J Exp Biol 45: 433‑447


6.         Barber VC, Evans EM, Land MF (1967) The fine structure of the eye of the mollusc  Pecten maximus. Z Zellforsch 76: 295‑312


7.         Barber VC, Land MF (1967) Eye of the cockle, Cardium edule: anatomical and physiological observations. Experientia 23: 677


8.         Denton EJ, Land MF (1967) Optical properties of the lamellae causing interference colours in animal reflectors. J Physiol 191: 23‑24P


9.         Land MF (1968) Functional aspects of the optical and retinal organization of the mollusc eye. Symp Zool Soc Lond 23: 75‑96


10.       Land MF (1969) Receptors: representation of information about stimuli in populations. In: Encyclopaedia of Linguistics, Information and Control (ed. Meetham AR).Oxford, Pergamon


11.       Land MF (1969) Structure of the retinae of the principal eyes of jumping spiders (Salticidae: Dendryphantinae) in relation to visual optics. J Exp Biol 51: 443‑470


12.       Land MF (1969) Movements of the retinae of jumping spiders (Salticidae: Dendryphantinae) in response to visual stimuli. J Exp Biol 51: 471‑493     


13.       Land MF (1971) Orientation by jumping spiders in the absence of visual feedback. J Exp Biol 54: 119‑139



14.       Denton EJ, Land MF (1971) Mechanism of reflexion in the silvery layers of fish and cephalopods. Proc Roy Soc Lond B 178: 43‑61


15.       Land MF (1972) The physics and biology of animal reflectors. Prog Biophys Mol Biol 24: 75‑106


16.       Land MF (1972) Stepping movements made by jumping spiders during turns mediated by the lateral eyes. J Exp Biol 57: 15‑40


17.       Land MF (1972) Mechanisms of orientation and pattern recognition by jumping spiders (Salticidae). In: Information Processing in the Visual Systems of Arthropods (ed. Wehner R). Berlin, Springer,pp 231‑247


18.       Land MF (1973) A comparison of the visual behaviour of a predatory arthropod with that of a mammal. In: The Neurosciences Third Study Program (ed. Schmitt FO). Boston, MIT Press, pp 411‑418


19.       Land MF (1973) Head movements of flies during visually guided flight. Nature (Lond.)  243: 299‑300


20.       Land MF, Collett TS (1974) Chasing behaviour of houseflies (Fannia canicularis): a  description and analysis. J Comp Physiol 89: 331‑357


21.       Collett TS, Land MF (1975) Visual control of flight behaviour in the hoverfly, Syritta  pipiens L. J Comp Physiol 99: 1‑66


22.       Collett TS, Land MF (1975) Visual spatial memory in a hoverfly. J Comp Physiol 100: 59‑84


23.       Land MF (1975) Head movements and fly vision. In: The Compound Eye and Vision of Insects (ed. Horridge GA). Oxford, Clarendon Press, pp 469‑489


24.       Land MF (1975) Similarities in the visual behaviour of arthropods and men. In: Handbook of Psychobiology (eds. Blakemore C, Gazzaniga M). New York, Academic Press, pp 49‑72


25.       Land MF, Stirling RV (1975) Optics of Xenopus eyes during development. J Embryol Exp Morph 33: 934‑940


26.       Land MF (1976) Superposition images are formed by reflexion in the eyes of some oceanic decapod crustacea. Nature (Lond.) 263: 764‑765


27.       Blest AD, Land MF (1977) Physiological optics of Dinopis subrufus L Koch: a fish‑lens in a spider. Proc Roy Soc Lond B 196: 197‑222


28.       Land MF (1977) Visually guided movements in invertebrates. In: Function and Formation of Neural Systems (ed. Stent G). Berlin, Dahlem Konferenzen, pp 161‑177


29.       Collett TS, Land MF (1978) How hoverflies compute interception courses. J Comp Physiol 125: 191‑204


30.       Kien J, Land MF (1978) The fast phase of optokinetic nystagmus in the locust. Physiol Entomol 3: 53‑57


31.       Land MF (1978) Animal eyes with mirror optics. Scient Amer 239 (6): 126‑134


32.       Land MF, Burton FA, Meyer‑Rochow VB (1979) The optical geometry of euphausiid eyes. J Comp Physiol 130: 49‑62


33.       Land MF (1979) The optical mechanism of the eye of Limulus. Nature (Lond.) 280: 396‑397


34.       Land MF, Burton FA (1979) The refractive index gradient in the crystalline cones of the eyes of euphausiid crustacea. J Exp Biol 82: 395‑398


35.       Land MF (1979) Nature as an optical engineer. New Scientist 84 (1175): 10‑13


36.       Land MF (1980) Eye movements and the mechanism of vertical steering in euphausiid crustacea. J Comp Physiol 137: 255‑265


37.       Land MF (1980) Compound eyes: old and new optical mechanisms. Nature (Lond.) 287: 681‑686


38.       Land MF (1981) Optics and vision in invertebrates. In: Handbook of Sensory Physiology VII/6B (ed. Autrum H‑J). Berlin, Springer, pp 471‑592


39.       Land MF (1981) Optics of the eyes of Phronima, and other deep‑sea amphipods. J Comp Physiol 145: 209‑226


40.       Land MF (1981) Optical mechanisms in the higher crustacea with a comment on their evolutionary origins. In: Sense Organs (ed. Laverack MS, Cosens DJ). Glasgow, Blackie, pp 31‑48


41.       Land MF (1982) Scanning eye movements in a heteropod mollusc. J Exp Biol 96: 427‑430


42.       Land MF (1983) Sensory stimuli and behaviour. In: Animal Behaviour 1. Causes and Effects (ed. Halliday TR, Slater PJB). Oxford, Blackwell, pp 11‑39


43.       Land MF (1984) Crustacea. In: Photoreception and Vision in Invertebrates (ed. Ali MA). New York, Plenum, pp 401‑438


44.       Land MF (1984) Molluscs. In: Photoreception and Vision in Invertebrates (ed. Ali MA), New York, Plenum, pp 699‑725


45.       Land MF (1984) The resolving power of diurnal superposition eyes measured with an ophthalmoscope. J Comp Physiol A 154: 515‑533


46.       Nilsson D‑E, Land MF, Howard J (1984) Afocal apposition optics in butterfly eyes. Nature (Lond.) 312: 561‑563


47.       Land MF, Eckert H (1985) Maps of the acute zones of fly eyes. J Comp Physiol A 156: 525‑538


48.       Land MF (1985) The morphology and optics of spider eyes. In: Neurobiology of Arachnids (ed. Barth FG), Berlin, Springer, pp 53‑78


49.       Land MF (1985) Optics of insect eyes. In: Comprehensive Insect Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology. Vol 6. (ed. Kerkut GA, Gilbert, LI), Oxford, Pergamon, pp 225‑275.


50.       Land MF (1985) Fields of view of the eyes of primitive jumping spiders. J Exp Biol 119: 381‑384


51.       Land MF, Snyder AW (1985) Cone mosaic observed directly through natural pupil of live vertebrate. Vision Res 25: 1519‑1523


52.       Land MF (1985) The optics of animal eyes. Proc R Inst G B 57: 167‑189


53.       Ball EE, Kao LC, Stone RC, Land MF (1986) Eye structure and optics in the pelagic shrimp Acetes sibogae (Decapoda, Natantia, Sergestidae) in relation to light‑dark adaptation and natural history. Phil Trans Roy Soc Lond B 313: 251‑270


54.       Land MF (1986) Senses. In: The Collins Encyclopedia of Animal Biology (ed. McNeill Alexander R), London, Collins, pp 84‑97


55.       Land MF (1987) Screening pigment migration in a sphingid moth is triggered by light near the cornea. J Comp Physiol 160: 355‑357


56.       Land MF (1987) Vision in air and water. In: Comparative Physiology: Life in Water and on Land (eds. Dejours P et al.), New York, Liviana/Springer, pp 289‑302


57.       Land MF (1987) The fly that traps the spider. News and Views. Nature 328: 290‑291


58.       Nilsson D‑E, Land MF, Howard J (1988) Optics of the butterfly eye. J Comp Physiol  A 162: 341‑366


59.       Land MF (1988) Paradoxical superposition. News and Views. Nature 332: 15‑16


60.       Land MF (1988) The optics of animal eyes. Contemp Phys 29: 435‑455 


61.       Land MF (1988) The functions of eye and body movements in Labidocera and other copepods.  J Exp Biol 140: 381‑391.


62.       Land MF (1989) The sight of deep wet heat. News and Views. Nature 337: 404.


63.       Land MF (1989) Evolution of invertebrate visual systems. In: Neural Mechanisms of Behavior (ed. Erber J et al.) pp 143‑144. Stuttgart, Georg Thieme.


64.       Land MF (1989) The eyes of hyperiid amphipods: relations of optical structure to depth. J Comp Physiol A 164: 751‑762


65.       Land MF (1989) Variations in the structure and design of compound eyes. In: Facets of Vision (eds. Stavenga DG, Hardie R). Berlin, Springer, pp 90‑111.


66.       Land MF, Nilsson DN (1990) Observations on the compound eyes of the deep‑sea ostracod Macrocypridina castanea. J Exp Biol 148: 221‑233.


67.       Land MF (1990) Optics of the eyes of marine animals. In: Light and Life in the Sea (eds. Herring PJ, Campbell AK, Whitfield M) pp 149‑166. Cambridge University Press.


68.       Land MF (1990) The design of compound eyes. In: Vision, Coding and Efficiency (ed. Blakemore C) pp 55‑64. Cambridge University Press.


69.       Land MF (1990) Direct observation of receptors and images in simple and compound eyes. Vision Research 30: 1721‑1734


70.       Land MF, Marshall JN, Brownless D, Cronin TW (1990) The eye‑movements of the mantis shrimp Odontodactylus scyllarus (Crustacea: Stomatopoda). J Comp Physiol A 167: 155‑156


71.       Land MF (1990) Vision in other animals. In: Images and Understanding (eds. Barlow H, Blakemore B, Weston‑Smith M) pp. 197‑212. Cambridge University Press.


72.       Land MF, Osorio D (1990) Waveguide modes and pupil action in the eyes of butterflies. Proc R Soc London Ser B 241: 93‑100


73.       Cronin TW, Marshall NJ, Land MF (1991) Optokinesis in gonodactyloid mantis shrimps (Crustacea; Stomatopoda; Gonodactylidae). J Comp Physiol A 168: 233‑240


74.       Land MF (1991) Polarizing the world of fish. News and views. Nature 353: 118‑119


75.       Marshall NJ, Land MF, King CA, Cronin TW (1991) The compound eyes of mantis shrimps  (Crustacea, Hoplocarida, Stomatopoda). I. Compound eye structure: the    detection of polarized light. Phil Trans R Soc Lond B 334: 33‑56


76.       Marshall NJ, Land MF, King CA, Cronin TW (1991) The compound eyes of mantis shrimps  (Crustacea, Hoplocarida, Stomatopoda). II. Colour pigments in the eyes of stomatopod crustaceans: polychromatic vision by serial and lateral filtering. Phil Trans R Soc Lond B 334: 57‑84


77.       Land MF (1991) Optics of the eyes of the animal kingdom. In: Vision and Visual Dysfunction. v.2. (eds Cronly‑Dillon JR, Gregory RL) pp 118‑135. Basingstoke, Macmillan


78.       Land MF, Barth FG (1992) The quality of vision in the ctenid spider Cupiennius salei. J Exp Biol 164: 227‑242


79.       Land MF (1992) Locomotion and visual behaviour of midwater crustaceans. J Mar Biol Ass UK 72: 41‑70


80.       Land MF (1992) A note on the elongated eye of the octopus Vitreledonella richardi. J Mar Biol Ass UK 72: 89‑92


81.       Land MF, Fernald RD (1992) The evolution of eyes. Annu Rev Neurosci 15: 1‑29


82.       Land MF (1992) Optics of the eyes of invertebrates. In: Tutorials in Optics (ed. Moore DT) pp. 1‑14. Washington DC: Opt Soc America


83.       Land MF (1992) Predictable head‑eye coordination during driving. Nature (Lond.)  359: 318‑320


84.       Land MF (1992) Visual tracking and pursuit: humans and arthropods compared. J Insect Physiol 38: 939‑951


85.       Land MF (1993) Old twist in a new tale. Nature News and Views. Nature 363: 581‑582


86.       Land MF (1993) Coordination of head and eye during unrestrained gaze changes. Brit Photobiol Soc Bull 14: 12


87.       Land MF (1993)  The visual control of courtship in the fly Poecilobothrus nobilitatus. J Comp Physiol A 173: 595-603


88.       Land MF (1993) Chasing and pursuit in the dolichopodid fly Poecilobothrus         nobilitatus. J Comp Physiol A 173: 605-613


89.       Land MF (1993) How animals scan the visual environment. IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Conf Proc. Le Touquet v.3: 144-149


90.       Land MF (1993) Eye-head coordination during driving. IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Conf Proc. Le Touquet v.3: 490-494


91.       Marshall NJ, Land MF (1993) Some optical features of the eyes of stomatopods. I. Eye shape, optical axes and resolution. J Comp Physiol A 173: 565-582


92.       Marshall NJ, Land MF (1993) Some optical features of the eyes of stomatopods. II. Ommatidial design, sensitivity and habitat. J Comp Physiol A 173: 583-594


93.       Land MF, Horwood J, Cornwell TS (1994) Fast driving reduces eye movement amplitude and frequency. ARVO Proceedings 3602.  Investig Ophthalmol Visual Sci 35: 2033  


94.       Land MF, Lee DN (1994) Where we look when we steer. Nature (Lond.) 369: 742- 744


95.       Land MF, Marshall NJ (1994) Orientation and tracking by hyperiid amphipods.     "Orientation and Migration in the Sea" Conf Proc. J Mar Biol Ass UK 74: 715


96.       Land MF, Marshall NJ, Diebel C (1995) Tracking of blue lights by hyperiid amphipods. J Mar Biol Ass UK 75: 71-81


97.       Land MF (1995) Fast-focus telephoto eye. News & Views. Nature 373: 659-659


98.       Land MF, Layne J (1995) The visual behaviour of fiddler crabs. I. Resolution, thresholds and the role of the horizon. J Comp Physiol A 177: 81-90


99.       Land MF, Layne J (1995) The visual behaviour of fiddler crabs. II.Tracking control systems in courtship and defence. J Comp Physiol A 177: 91-103


100.    Land MF, Layne J (1995) The use of the horizon to distinguish friend from foe in fiddler crabs (Uca pugilator). In: Nervous Systems and Behaviour: Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Neuroethology (eds. Burrows M, Matheson T, Newland PL, Schuppe) poster 285. Stuttgart & New York: Georg Thieme Verlag 


101     Land MF (1995) The functions of eye movements in animals remote from man. In: Eye Movement Research (eds Findlay JM et al) pp 63-76. Amsterdam: Elsevier


102     Land MF, Horwood J (1995) Which parts of the road guide steering? Nature (Lond.) 377: 339-340


103     Land MF (1996) The time it takes to process visual information when driving a  vehicle. ARVO Proceedings 2403. Invest Ophthalmol and Visual Sci 37: S525


104     Land MF (1996) L'Oeil et la Vision. Traite de Zoologie VII (Dir: Grassé P-P) Crustacés, Vol 2 (Ed: Forest J). pp 1-42. Paris: Masson.


105     Land MF, Horwood J (1996) The relations between head and eye movements during driving. In: Vision in Vehicles - V (eds Gale AG, Brown ID, Haslegrave CM, Taylor SP) pp 153-160. Amsterdam: Elsevier


106     Marshall NJ, Land MF, Diebel C (1996) Visual tracking of blue bioluminescence-like light sources by hyperiid amphipods. Mar Fresh Behav Physiol 28: 195-201 


107     Layne J, Land M & Zeil J (1997) Fiddler crabs use the visual horizon to distinguish predators from conspecifics: a review of the evidence.  J Mar Biol Ass UK 77: 43-54


108     Land MF (1997)  Visual acuity in insects.  Ann Rev Entomol 42: 147-177


109     Land MF, Collett TS (1997) A survey of active vision in invertebrates. In: From Living Eyes to Seeing Machines (eds. Srinivasan MV, Venkatesh S) pp 16-36. Oxford      University Press


110     Land MF, Gibson G, Horwood J (1997) Mosquito eye design: conical rhabdoms are matched to wide aperture lenses. Proc R Soc Lond B 264: 1183-1187


111     Land MF & Furneaux S (1997) The knowledge base of the oculomotor system. Phil Trans R Soc Lond B 352: 1231-1239


112     Furneaux S & Land MF (1997) The role of eye movements during music reading. Proceedings of 3rd ESCOM Conference, Uppsala. pp 210-214


113     Land MF (1997) The resolution of insect compound eyes. Israel J Plant Sci 45: 79- 91


114     Land MF (1997) Microlens arrays in the animal kingdom. Pure Appl Optics 6: 599- 602


115     Järemo Jonson AC, Land MF, Osorio DC, Nilsson D-E (1998) Relationships between pupil working range and habitat luminance in flies and butterflies. J Comp Physiol  A 182: 1-9


116     Land MF, Mennie N, Rusted J (1998) Eye movements and the roles of vision in activities of daily living: making a cup of tea. Invest Ophthalmol Visual Sci 39: S457. ARVO Abstract 2094


117     Land MF, Horwood J (1998) How speed affects the way visual information is used in steering. In: Vision in Vehicles VI (ed. Gale AG) pp 43-50. Amsterdam: North Holland


118     Land MF (1998) Biological reflectors. In: Optical Design in Nature. European Optical  Society Topical Meeting Digest Series 18: 15-18


119     Land MF (1998) The visual control of steering. In: Vision and Action (eds Harris LR & Jenkin K) 163-180. Cambridge University Press


120     Land MF (1999) The roles of head movements in the search and capture strategy of  a seabird. J Comp Physiol 184: 265-272


121     Land MF (1999) Motion and vision: why animals move their eyes. J Comp Physiol 185: 341-352


122     Land MF, Gibson G, Horwood J and Zeil J (1999) Fundamental differences in the optical structure of the eyes of nocturnal and diurnal mosquitoes. J Comp Physiol  185: 91-103


123     Land MF (1999) The sandlance eye breaks all the rules. Current Biology 9: R286- R288


124     Hayhoe MM, Land MF (1999) "Coordination of eye and hand movements in a normal  visual environment" Invest Ophthalmol Visual Sci 40: S380 (ARVO Abstract 2005)


125     Marshall J. Cronin TW, Shashar N, Land M (1999) Behavioural evidence for polarization vision in stomatopods reveals a potential channel for communication. Current Biology 9: 755-758


126     Dacke M, Nilsson D-E, Warrant EJ, Blest AD, Land MF, O'Carroll DC (1999) Built-in polarizers form part of a compass organ in spiders. Nature 401: 470-473


127     Land MF, McLeod P (1999) The roles of eye movements in cricket and other ball games. Tenth International Conference on perception and Action Proceedings p 20.


128     Furneaux S, Land MF (1999) The effects of skill on eye-hand span during musical sight-reading. Proc R Soc Lond B 266: 2435-2440


129     Land MF, Mennie N, Rusted J (1999) The roles of vision and eye movements in the control of activities of daily living. Perception 28: 1311-1328


130     Land MF (1999) Compound eye structure: matching eye to environment. In: Adaptive Mechanisms in the Ecology of Vision (eds. Archer SN, Djamgoz M.B.A, Loew E.R, Partridge J.C, Vallerga S) pp 51-71. Dordrecht: Kluwer.


131     Wann J, Land M (2000) Steering with or without the flow: is the retrieval of heading necessary? Trends in Cognitive Sciences 4: 319-324


132     Land MF (2000) On the functions of double eyes in mid-water animals. Phil Trans R Soc Lond B 355: 1147-1150     


133     Land MF, McLeod P (2000) From eye movements to actions: how batsmen hit the ball. Nature Neuroscience 3: 1340-1345


134     Land MF (2000) Eyes with mirror optics. Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics 2: R44-R50


135     Land MF (2000) The evolution of eyes. (The Ernst-Mayr-Lecture). Proceedings of the Berlin-Brandenberg Academy of Sciences 8: 311-334


136     Land MF (2001) Does steering a car involve perception of the velocity flow field? In: Motion Vision: Computational, Neural and Ecological Constraints (eds. Zanker M, Zeil  J) pp 227-235. Berlin: Springer 


137     Land MF, Hayhoe M (2001) In what ways do eye movements contribute to everyday activities. Vision Research 41: 3559-3565


138     Land MF, Furneaux SM, Gilchrist ID (2002) The organization of visually mediated actions in a subject without eye movements. Neurocase 8: 101-108


139     Land MF, Tatler BW (2001) Steering with the head: the visual strategy of a racing driver. Current Biology 11: 1215-1220


140     Land MF (2001) The optics of animal eyes. In: Vision: the Approach of Biophysics and Neuroscience (ed. Musio C) pp 3-20. Singapore: World Scientific.


141    Land MF (2001) The roles of eye movements in animals. In: Vision: the Approach of Biophysics and Neuroscience (ed. Musio C) pp 237-251. Singapore: World Scientific.


142     Land MF (2001) Eyes. Encyclopaedia Britannica. Chicago


143    Land MF (2002) Eyes and vision. In: Encyclopedia of Insects (eds.V Rush, R Cardé).  San Diego: Academic Press


144     Land MF, Nilsson D-E (2002) Animal Eyes. Oxford University Press.


145     Land, M.F. (2002) What is a naked retina good for?  News and views. Nature  420, 30-31.


146     Land MF (2003) The spatial resolution of the pinhole eyes of giant clams (Tridacna maxima) Proc R Soc B 270: 185-188


147     Mäthger LM, Land MF, Siebeck UE, Marshall NJ (2003) Rapid colour change in multilayer reflecting stripes in the paradise whiptail, Pentapodus paradiseus. J Exp Biol 206: 3607-3613


148     Kleinlogel, S., Marshall, N.J., Horwood, J.M., Land, M.F. (2003) Neuroarchitecture of the color and polarization vision system of the stomatopod Haptosquilla. J. Comp. Neurol., 467, 326-342.


149     Land MF (2004) The coordination of rotations of the eyes, head and trunk in saccadic turns made in natural situations.  Experimental Brain Research 159: 151-160


150     Land, M.F. (2004) Eye movements in daily life. In: The Visual Neurosciences (eds. L.M.Chalupa, J.S.Werner) pp.1357-1368. MIT Press.


151     Land MF, Horwood J (2005) Different retina-lamina projections in mosquitoes with fused and open rhabdoms. J Comp Physiol A 191: 639-647


152     Land, M.F. (2005) The optical structures of animal eyes. Current Biology 15, R319-323


153     Land, M.F. (2005) Q & A. Current Biology 15, R280-281.


154     Tatler, B.W., Gilchrist, I.D., Land, M.F. (2005) Visual memory for objects in natural scenes: from fixations to object files. Quart. J. Exp.. Psychol. 58, 931-960.


155     Land MF, Nilsson D-E (2006) General purpose and special purpose visual systems. In: Invertebrate Vision (eds. D-E Nilsson, EJ Warrant), pp.167-210.  Cambridge University Press.


156    Land MF (2006) Eye movements and the control of actions in everyday life.   Progress in Retinal and Eye Research 25: 296-324.


157    Schwab, I.R., Land, M.F. (2007) Makin‘ do with less. Brit. J. Ophthalmol. 91, 278.


158    Land, M.F. (2007) Fixation strategies during active behaviour: a brief history. In: Eye Movements: a Window on Mind and Brain. (eds. R.P.G. van Gompel, M.H. Fischer, W.S. Murray, R.L. Hill). pp.75-95. Elsevier: Amsterdam. 


159     Lim MLM, Land MF, Li D (2007) Sex-specific UV & fluorescence signals in jumping spiders. Science 315: 481


160     Land MF, Horwood J, Lim MLM, Li D (2007) Optics of the ultraviolet reflecting scales of a jumping spider. Proc R Soc B 274, 1583-1589


161     Land, M.F. (2008) Biological optics: circularly polarised crustaceans. Current Biology 18, R348-349


162     Land, M.F. (2009) Biological optics: deep reflections. Current Biology 19, R78-80.


163    Land MF (2009) Vision, eye movements and natural behaviour. Visual Neuroscience 26, 51-62


164     Land MF, Tatler BW (2009) Looking and Acting. Oxford University Press.


 165   Forde, E.M.E., Rusted, J., Mennie, N., Land, M., Humphreys, G.W. (2010) The eyes have it: an exploration of eye movements in action disorganization syndrome. Neuropsychologia 48, 1895-1900.


166     Tatler, B,W., Land, M.F. (2011) Vision and the representation of the surroundings in spatial memory. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. London B. 366, 596-610


167     Land, M.F. (2011) Fairground rides and spatial updating. Perception 39, 1675-1677.


168     Tatler, B.W., Hayhoe, M.M., Land, M.F., Ballard, D.H. (2011) Eye guidance in natural vision: reinterpreting salience. J. Vision 11(5):5, 1-23


169     Kirschfeld, K., Land, M.F. (2011) Sehen mit bi- und multifokalen Intraocularlinsen. Ophthalmologe 108: 1139-1144.


170     Land, M.F. (2011) Marine optics: dark disguise.  Current Biology 21, R918-920


171     Land, M.F. (2011) Oculomotor behaviour in vertebrates and invertebrates. In: The Oxford Handbook of Eye Movements. (eds. S.P.Liversedge, I.D.Gilchrist, S. Everling), pp. 3-15.  Oxford University Press.


172   Briggs, G.F., Hole, G.J. and Land, M.F. (2011). Emotionally involving telephone conversations lead to driver error and visual tunnelling. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 14 (4), 313-323.


173     Land, M.F. (2011). Animal eyes: defending the coat of mail. Current Biology 21, R273-4


174     Land, M.F., Nilsson, D-E. (2012)  Animal Eyes  (2nd edition).  Oxford University Press


175     Land, M.F. (2012). The operation of the visual system in relation to action. Current Biology 22, R811-817. 


176     Land M.F.  (2012). The evolution of lenses.  Ophthal. Physiol. Optics 32: 499-416


177     Land, M.F. (2012). Light, sight and quanta. Current Biology 22: R665-6.


178     Land, M.F., Chittka, L. (2013). Vision.  In: The Insects (by R.F Chapman, eds. S.J. Simpson, A.E. Douglas), pp. 708- 737.  Cambridge University Press.


179     Land, M.F. (2012) Invertebrate vision: optics and behaviour.  In: The New Visual Neurosciences (eds. Chalupa and Werner). (in press)