Literature References

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S. A. Adamo, Hanlon R. T.1996Do cuttlefish (Cephalopoda) signal their intentions to conspecifics during agonistic encounters?
A. Barbosa, Mäthger, L. M., Chubb, C., Florio, C., Chiao, C. - C., Hanlon, R. T.2007Disruptive coloration in cuttlefish: a visual perception mechanism that regulates ontogenetic adjustment of skin patterning
J. G. Boal, Hylton, R. A., Gonzalez, S. A., Hanlon, R. T.1999Effects of crowding on the social behavior of cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis)
J. G. Boal, Shashar, N., Grable, M. M., Vaughan, K. H., Loew, E. R., Hanlon, R. T.2004Behavioral evidence for intraspecific signals with achromatic and polarized light by cuttlefish (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
J. G. Boal, Wittenberg, K. M., Hanlon, R. T.2000Observational learning does not explain improvement in predation tactics by cuttlefish (Mollusca : Cephalopoda)
C. C. Chiao, Hanlon R. T.2001Cuttlefish cue visually on area - not shape or aspect ratio - of light objects in the substrate to produce disruptive body patterns for camouflage
C. C. Chiao, Hanlon R. T.2001Cuttlefish camouflage: visual perception of size, contrast and number of white squares on artificial checkerboard substrata initiates disruptive coloration
C. C. Chiao, Kelman, E. J., Hanlon, R. T.2005Disruptive body pattern of cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) requires visual information regarding edges and contrast of objects in natural substrate backgrounds
J. W. Forsythe, Derusha, R. H., Hanlon, R. T.1994Growth, reproduction and life-span of Sepia officinalis (Cephalopoda, Mollusca) cultured through seven consecutive generations
J. W. Forsythe, Hanlon, R. T., Derusha, R. H.1991Pilot large-scale culture of Sepia in biomedical research
H. R. Gabr, Hanlon, R. T., El-Etreby, S. G., Hanafy, M. H.1999Reproductive versus somatic tissue growth during the life cycle of the cuttlefish Sepia pharaonis Ehrenberg, 1831
H. R. Gabr, Hanlon, R. T., Hanafy, M. H., El-Etreby, S. G.1999Reproductive versus somatic tissue allocation in the cuttlefish Sepia dollfusi Adam (1941)
H. R. Gabr, Hanlon, R. T., Hanafy, M. H., El-Etreby, S. G.1998Maturation, fecundity and seasonality of reproduction of two commercially valuable cuttlefish, Sepia pharaonis and Sdollfusi, in the Suez Canal
M. M. Grable, Shashar, N., Gilles, N. L., Chiao, C. C., Hanlon, R. T.2002Cuttlefish body patterns as a behavioral assay to determine polarization perception
K. C. Hall, Hanlon R. T.2002Principal features of the mating system of a large spawning aggregation of the giant Australian cuttlefish Sepia apama (Mollusca : Cephalopoda)
J. S. Hanley, Shashar, N., Smolowitz, R., Bullis, R. A., Mebane, W. N., Gabr, H. R., Hanlon, R. T.1998Modified laboratory culture techniques for the European cuttlefish Sepia officinalis
J. S. Hanley, Shashar, N., Smolowitz, R., Mebane, W., Hanlon, R. T.1999Soft-sided tanks improve long-term health of cultured cuttlefish
R. T. Hanlon, Ament, S. A., Gabr, H.1999Behavioral aspects of sperm competition in cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis (Sepioidea : Cephalopoda)
R. T. Hanlon, Budelmann B. - U.1987Why cephalopods are probably not "deaf"
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
R. T. Hanlon, Naud, M. J., Shaw, P. W., Havenhand, J. N.2005Behavioural ecology: Transient sexual mimicry leads to fertilization
R. T. Hanlon, Naud, M. J., Shaw, P. W., Havenhand, J. N.2005Behavioural ecology: Transient sexual mimicry leads to fertilization
M. A. Karson, Boal, J. G., Hanlon, R. T.2003Experimental evidence for spatial learning in cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis)
M. J. Naud, Hanlon, R. T., Hall, K. C., Shaw, P. W., Havenhand, J. N.2004Behavioral and genetic assessment of mating success in a natural spawning aggregation of the giant cuttlefish (Sepia apama) in southern Australia
M. J. Naud, Hanlon, R. T., Hall, K. C., Shaw, P. W., Havenhand, J. N.2004Behavioral and genetic assessment of mating success in a natural spawning aggregation of the giant cuttlefish (Sepia apama) in southern Australia
M. J. Naud, Shaw, P. W., Hanlon, R. T., Havenhand, J. N.2005Evidence for biased use of sperm sources in wild female giant cuttlefish (Sepia apama)
N. Shashar, Hagan, R., Boal, J. G., Hanlon, R. T.2000Cuttlefish use polarization sensitivity in predation on silvery fish
N. Shashar, Harosi, F. I., Banaszak, A. T., Hanlon, R. T.1998UV radiation blocking compounds in the eye of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis
N. Shashar, Milbury, C. A., Hanlon, R. T.2002Polarization vision in cephalopods: Neuroanatomical and behavioral features that illustrate aspects of form and function
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