For recordings in the bulb, we used ROIs manually drawn on individual micro-glomeruli. For E-PG recordings in the protocerebral bridge, we used ROIs drawn on pairs of left and right glomeruli (Figure 10B-C). For each ROI, we obtained the time-series across the first two cycles of the tuning experiment. We detrended the time-series and calculated its normalized auto-correlation function. We then found the time difference between the first peak in the function and the period of the stimulus presented during the tuning experiment. We plot the value of these time differences for each ROI, which we refer to as a ‘peak shift’ (Figure 10—figure supplement 1C), along with limits for the maximum expected peak shift for a phase-locked response to the stimulus (±2 s, half the duration of each angle presentation).

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