Literature References

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J. J. Allen, Mäthger, L. M., Barbosa, A., Buresch, K. C., Sogin, E., Schwartz, J., Chubb, C., Hanlon, R. T.2010Cuttlefish dynamic camouflage: responses to substrate choice and integration of multiple visual cues
K. L. Cheney, Grutter, A. S., Marshall, N. J.2008Facultative mimicry: cues for colour change and colour accuracy in a coral reef fish
M. Dimitrova, Stobbe, N., Schaefer, H. M., Merilaita, S.2009Concealed by conspicuousness: distractive prey markings and backgrounds
E. J. Kelman, Baddeley, R. J., Shohet, A. J., Osorio, D.2007Perception of visual texture and the expression of disruptive camouflage by the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
T. Kubodera, Koyama, Y., Mori, K.2007Observations of wild hunting behaviour and bioluminescence of a large deep-sea, eight-armed squid, Taningia danae
T. Kubodera, Koyama, Y., Mori, K.2007Observations of wild hunting behaviour and bioluminescence of a large deep-sea, eight-armed squid, Taningia danae
C. Landry, Garant, D., Duchesne, P., Bernatchez, L.2001'Good genes as heterozygosity': the major histocompatibility complex and mate choice in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
J. D. Robertson, Bonaventura, J., Kohm, A.1995Nitric-Oxide Synthase Inhibition Blocks Octopus Touch Learning without Producing Sensory or Motor Dysfunction
M. Stevens, Winney, I. S., Cantor, A., Graham, J.2009Outline and surface disruption in animal camouflage
N. Stobbe, Schaefer H. M.2008Enhancement of chromatic contrast increases predation risk for striped butterflies
B. S. Tullberg, Merilaita, S., Wiklund, C.2005Aposematism and crypsis combined as a result of distance dependence: functional versatility of the colour pattern in the swallowtail butterfly larva
I. Winkelmann, Campos, P. F., Strugnell, J., Cherel, Y., Smith, P. J., Kubodera, T., Allcock, L., Kampmann, M. L., Schroeder, H., Guerra, A., Norman, M., Finn, J., Ingrao, D., Clarke, M., Gilbert, M. T. P.2013Mitochondrial genome diversity and population structure of the giant squid Architeuthis: genetics sheds new light on one of the most enigmatic marine species
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