Supplementary Materials

Luminance-dependent visual processing enables moth flight in low light

Simon Sponberg, Jonathan P. Dyhr, Robert W. Hall, Thomas L. Daniel

Materials/Methods, Supplementary Text, Tables, Figures, and/or References

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  • Captions for Movies S1 to S3

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Movie S1
High-speed overhead video (slowed to ¼ speed) of Manduca sexta tracking a robotic flower. The flower is moving with a sum-of-sines stimulus made up of 20 sinusoids of different frequencies all superimposed upon one another.
Movie S2
High-speed video (real-time) from the side of Manduca sexta tracking a robotic flower. The moth’s proboscis is visible in the transparent nectary tube throughout the trial.
Movie S3
High-speed video (real-time) of Petunia axillaris oscillating in natural wind ranging from 0.1 to 2.7 m/s.