Schwind R (1978): Visual System of Notonecta glauca: A Neuron Sensitive to Movement in the Binocular Visual Field
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Schwind R (1980): Geometrical Optics of the Notonecta Eye: Adaptations to Optical Environment and Way of Life
J Comp Physiol 140, 59 - 68

Schwind R (l983): A Polarization-Sensitive Response of the Flying Water Bug Notonecta glauca to UV Light
J Comp Physiol 150, 87 - 91

Schwind R (l983): Zonation of the optical environment and zonation in the rhabdom structure within the eye of the backswimmer, Notonecta glauca
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Schwind R, Schlecht P, and Langer H (1984): Microspektrophotometric characterization and localization of three visual pigments in the compound eye of Notonecta glauca L. (Heteroptera)
J Comp Physiol 154, 341 - 346

Schwind R (1984): Evidence for true polarisation vision based on a two-channel analyzer system in the eye of the water bug, Notonecta glauca
J Comp Physiol 154, 53 - 57

Schwind R (1984): The plunge reaction of the backswimmer Notonecta glauca
J Comp Physiol 155, 319 - 321

Schwind R (1985): A further proof of polarization vision of Notonecta glauca and a note on threshold intensity for eliciting the plunge reaction
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Schwind R (1985): Sehen unter und über Wasser, Sehen von Wasser: Das Sehsystem eines Wasserinsektes
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Schwind R (l989): Size and distance perception in compound eyes. In: Facets of Vision: Compound Eyes from Exner to Autrum and beyond. Eds.: R.Hardie, D.Stavenga. Springer Verlag.

Schwind R (1989): A variety of insects are attracted to water by reflected polarized light
Naturwissenschaften, 76, 377 - 378

Schwind R (1991): Polarization Vision in Water Insects and Insects living on a moist Substrate
J Comp Physiol, 169, 531 - 540

Schwind R (1992): Reflexions - Polarisation: Ein Signal zur Erkennung des Habitats für hydrophile Insekten
Verh Dtsch Zool Ges, 85.1, 42

Schwind R, Horváth G. (1993): Reflection-Polarization Pattern at Water Surfaces and Correction of a Common Representation of the Polarization Pattern of the Scy
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Schwind R (1995): Spectral regions in which aquatic insects see reflected polarized light
J Comp Physiol, 177, 439 - 448

Schwind R (1998): Perception of light polarized by reflecting surfaces
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Schwind R (1999): Daphnias swim towards the most strongly polarized light - a response that leads to shore flight
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