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tapetum lucidum in Lemuridae
The Lemuridae page has the sentence below, which is unclear, and I think incorrect. According to Fleagle's Primate Adaptation & Evolution, 3rd edition, p 19, lemurs have a tapetum lucidum.
I think the following sentence should be revised to say that lemurs have a tapetum lucidum.
"Unlike most other lemurs, all but one species of lemurid (the Ring-tailed Lemur) lack a tapetum lucidum, a reflective layer in the eye that improves night vision."
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AfC submission - 26/05
AfC submission - 27/05
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