Some of the chromaticities that form the background and the figure fall on the dichromatic
confusion lines, whereas others fall off the lines.
We classified male and female nestlings using sexually dichromatic
Tawny-bellied Seedeaters are sexually dichromatic
but genders do not differ in body size (~8-9 g).
They're examining New World-primate species in which animals can be either dichromatic
If not, it should be: "Swallow purple candy/Don't forget to breathe/ Sickened by the wanting/And drowning from the need/This dichromatic
vision/Of one who does not care/To sipping cocktail sedatives/ Two months to hide somewhere" ("Butterflies).
The chaffinch, a small dichromatic
European finch, forms winter flocks in which males (having red plumage coloration) generally dominate females (having brown plumage coloration) in social encounters (Marler, 1955a).
2) 1616 Dichromatic
and Full-Color Chip LEDs -- Sharp's dichromatic
high luminosity chip LEDs have two different colors in the same package, and are used in cell phones, backlights or other applications that require multiple color options from one LED.
The sexes are not dichromatic
at 3 years and younger, but after 3 years of age males develop an orange patch on the breast (Mitrus 2007).
Colour vision is dichromatic
for wavelengths greater than 540nm.
It appears that most species of Pseudanthias are sexually dichromatic
and/or dimorphic protogynous hermaphrodites.
Moreover, with the two cone types, bats have the prerequisite for dichromatic
colour vision, a condition common in mammals.
Sex change in these labrids is often accompanied by a change in body color and they are thus sexually dichromatic
(Warner and Robertson, 1978; Shapiro, 1981; Gillanders, 1995a).