Data from: The complex synaptic pathways onto a looming-detector neuron revealed using serial block-face scanning electron microscopy (SBEM)

Gerd Leitinger, F. Claire Rind, Armin Zankel, Peter Pölt & Stefan Wernitznig
The locust’s lobula giant movement detector 1 (LGMD1) looming detector pathway is part of the compound eye visual system and enables the animals to reliably detect collisions. Trans-medullary afferent neurons are considered key players in this pathway. Thousands of these neurons connect the second visual neuropile region, or medulla, with the third neuropile region, or lobula complex. In the lobula complex they are in synaptic contact with the LGMD1, which forms a dendritic tree in...
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