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Unexpected Attraction of Polarotactic Water-Leaving Insects to Matt Black Car Surfaces: Mattness of Paintwork Cannot Eliminate the Polarized Light Pollution of Black Cars

Figure 6

Total numbers of reactions (touching, landing and aerial looping) of tabanids to the shiny black (sb), matt black (mb) and matt grey (mg) horizontal test surfaces in experiment 2.

The inset is a photograph of a tabanid fly landed on the matt grey test surface. The number of repetition is 20 (see Materials and methods, and Discussion).

Figure 6