“The thalamus proper is also less prominent in zebrafish than in mammals. This is the case because teleosts possess a preglomerular complex, an elaborated migrated agglomeration of nuclei related to the posterior tuberculum absent in mammals. In fact, the preglomerular complex serves as a predominant sensory relay station in the teleostean diencephalon (Wullimann and Northcutt, 1990; Northcutt, 2008; Yamamoto and Ito, 2008).”(Mueller, 2012)
is part of: diencephalon, posterior tuberculum.
Transgenic Lines/Antibodies that label this brain region
What is the Thalamus in Zebrafish?
Front Neurosci. 2012; 6: 64.