Literature References

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M. Dimitrova, Merilaita S.2010Prey concealment: visual background complexity and prey contrast distribution
M. Dimitrova, Stobbe, N., Schaefer, H. M., Merilaita, S.2009Concealed by conspicuousness: distractive prey markings and backgrounds
A. Forsman, Merilaita S.2003Fearful symmetry? Intra-individual comparisons of asymmetry in cryptic vs. signalling colour patterns in butterflies
R. T. Hanlon, Chiao, C. C., Mäthger, L. M., Buresch, K. C., Barbosa, A., Allen, J. J., Siemann, L., Chubb, C.2011Rapid adaptive camouflage in cephalopods
S. Merilaita2007Artificial neural networks and the study of evolution of prey coloration
S. Merilaita2003Visual background complexity facilitates the evolution of camouflage
S. Merilaita1998Crypsis through disruptive coloration in an isopod
S. Merilaita, Lind J.2006Great tits (Parus major) searching for artificial prey: implications for cryptic coloration and symmetry
S. Merilaita, Lind J.2005Background-matching and disruptive coloration, and the evolution of cryptic coloration
S. Merilaita, Lyytinen, A., Mappes, J.2001Selection for cryptic coloration in a visually heterogeneous habitat
S. Merilaita, Tullberg B. S.2004Constrained camouflage facilitates the evolution of conspicuous warning coloration
S. Merilaita, Tuomi, J., Jormalainen, V.1999Optimization of cryptic coloration in heterogeneous habitats
M. Stevens, Merilaita S.0Defining disruptive coloration and distinguishing its functions
M. Stevens, Merilaita S.0Animal camouflage: current issues and new perspectives
M. Stevens, Merilaita, S., eds.), (2009Animal Camouflage: Current Issues and New Perspectives
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
B. S. Tullberg, Gamberale-Stille, G., Bohlin, T., Merilaita, S.2008Seasonal ontogenetic colour plasticity in the adult striated shieldbug Graphosoma lineatum (Heteroptera) and its effect on detectability
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