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Space and frequency are represented separately in auditory midbrain of the owl Journal of Neurophysiology, Vol. 41, No. 4. (01 July 1978), pp. 870-884 by Erik I. Knudsen, Masakazu Konishi
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Knudsen and Konishi refer to the nucleus mesencephalus lateralis dorsalis as the avian homologue of the mammalian inferior colliculus.

Like many other auditory brain regions, the IC is tonotopically organized, except for ICx.