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Previous research revealed significant individual variations in opsin genes and cone photopigments in several species of platyrrhine (New World) monkeys and showed that these in turn can yield significant variations in color vision. To extend the understanding of the nature of color vision in New World monkeys, electroretinogram flicker photometry was used to obtain spectral sensitivity measurements from representatives of four platyrrhine genera (Cebus, Leontopithecus, Saguinus, Pithecia).doi:10.1016/s0042-6989(02)00565-5 pmid:12535982 fatcat:n636vsnvkfgircbt3gvv56mjl4