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  • Journal

    Fraser, S., Callahan, A., Klassen, D. and Sherratt, T. N.

    Empirical tests of the role of disruptive coloration in reducing detectability

    2007 - Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

    In-text: (Fraser et al. 1325-1331)

    Your Bibliography: Fraser, Stewart et al. "Empirical Tests Of The Role Of Disruptive Coloration In Reducing Detectability." Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274.1615 (2007): 1325-1331. Web.

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    Kang, C., Stevens, M., Moon, J., Lee, S. and Jablonski, P. G.

    Camouflage through behavior in moths: the role of background matching and disruptive coloration

    2014 - Behavioral Ecology

    In-text: (Kang et al. 45-54)

    Your Bibliography: Kang, Changku et al. "Camouflage Through Behavior In Moths: The Role Of Background Matching And Disruptive Coloration." Behavioral Ecology 26.1 (2014): 45-54. Web.

  • Journal

    Kang, C., Moon, J., Lee, S. and Jablonski, P. G.

    Moths on tree trunks seek out more cryptic positions when their current crypticity is low

    2013 - Animal Behaviour

    In-text: (Kang et al. 587-594)

    Your Bibliography: Kang, Chang-Ku et al. "Moths On Tree Trunks Seek Out More Cryptic Positions When Their Current Crypticity Is Low." Animal Behaviour 86.3 (2013): 587-594. Web.

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    Stevens, M., Marshall, K. L. A., Troscianko, J., Finlay, S., Burnand, D. and Chadwick, S. L.

    Revealed by conspicuousness: distractive markings reduce camouflage

    2012 - Behavioral Ecology

    In-text: (Stevens et al. 213-222)

    Your Bibliography: Stevens, Martin et al. "Revealed By Conspicuousness: Distractive Markings Reduce Camouflage." Behavioral Ecology 24.1 (2012): 213-222. Web.

  • Journal

    Webster, R. J., Callahan, A., Godin, J. J. and Sherratt, T. N.

    Behaviourally mediated crypsis in two nocturnal moths with contrasting appearance

    2008 - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

    In-text: (Webster et al. 503-510)

    Your Bibliography: Webster, Richard J et al. "Behaviourally Mediated Crypsis In Two Nocturnal Moths With Contrasting Appearance." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364.1516 (2008): 503-510. Web.

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