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
J. J. Allen, Mäthger, L. M., Barbosa, A., Hanlon, R. T.2009Cuttlefish use visual cues to control three-dimensional skin papillae for camouflage
J. J. Allen, Mäthger, L. M., Barbosa, A., Hanlon, R. T.2009Cuttlefish use visual cues to control three-dimensional skin papillae for camouflage
J. G. Boal, Hylton, R. A., Gonzalez, S. A., Hanlon, R. T.1999Effects of crowding on the social behavior of cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis)
C. C. Chiao, Chubb, C., Buresch, K. C., Barbosa, A., Allen, J. J., Mäthger, L. M., Hanlon, R. T.2010Mottle camouflage patterns in cuttlefish: quantitative characterization and visual background stimuli that evoke them
C. C. Chiao, Chubb, C., Buresch, K., Siemann, L., Hanlon, R. T.2009The scaling effects of substrate texture on camouflage patterning in cuttlefish
C. C. Chiao, Chubb, C., Hanlon, R. T.2007Interactive effects of size, contrast, intensity and configuration of background objects in evoking disruptive camouflage in cuttlefish
C. C. Chiao, Ulmer, K. M., Siemann, L. A., Buresch, K. C., Chubb, C., Hanlon, R. T.2013How visual edge features influence cuttlefish camouflage patterning
J. W. Forsythe, Derusha, R. H., Hanlon, R. T.1994Growth, reproduction and life-span of Sepia officinalis (Cephalopoda, Mollusca) cultured through seven consecutive generations
R. T. Hanlon, Messenger J. B.1988Adaptive coloration in young cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis L.): The morphology and development of body patterns and their relation to behaviour
L. M. Mäthger, Chiao, C. C., Barbosa, A., Buresch, K. C., Kaye, S., Hanlon, R. T.2007Disruptive coloration elicited on controlled natural substrates in cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
N. Shashar, Harosi, F. I., Banaszak, A. T., Hanlon, R. T.1998UV radiation blocking compounds in the eye of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis
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