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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
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J. A. Endler1988Frequency-dependent predation, crypsis and aposematic coloration
J. A. Endler1984Progressive background in molluscs, and a quantitative measure of crypsis
J. A. Endler1983Natural and sexual selection on color patterns in poeciliid fishes
J. A. Endler1981An overview of the relationships between mimicry and crypsis
P. C. Eterovick, Oliveira, F. F. R., Tattersall, G. J.2010Threatened tadpoles of Bokermannohyla alvarengai (Anura: Hylidae) choose backgrounds that enhance crypsis potential
Y. L. Gagnon, Shashar, N., Warrant, E. J., Johnsen, S. J.2007Light scattering by selected zooplankton from the Gulf of Aqaba
R. T. Hanlon, Forsythe, J. W., Joneschild, D. E.1999Crypsis, conspicuousness, mimicry and polyphenism as antipredator defences of foraging octopuses on Indo-Pacific coral reefs, with a method of quantifying crypsis from video tapes
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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
M. D. Norman, Finn, J., Tregenza, T.2001Dynamic mimicry in an Indo-Malayan octopus
M. Rodrigues, Garci, M. E., Troncoso, J. S., Guerra, A.2010Burying behaviour in the bobtail squid Sepiola atlantica (Cephalopoda: Sepiolidae)
J. Skelhorn, Rowland, H. M., Speed, M. P., Ruxton, G. D.2010Masquerade: camouflage without crypsis
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