Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
M. Stevens, Merilaita S.0Defining disruptive coloration and distinguishing its functions
M. Stevens, Merilaita S.0Animal camouflage: current issues and new perspectives
E. B. Poulton1890The colours of animals: their meaning and use especially considered in the case of insects
A. H. Thayer1896The law which underlies protective coloration
A. E. Verrill1897Noctural protective coloration of mammals, birds, fishes, insects, etc.
L. W. Williams1909The anatomy of the common squid, Loligo pealii
G. H. Thayer1909Concealing-Coloration in the Animal Kingdom. An Exposition of the Laws of Disguise Through Color and Pattern: Being a Summary of Abbott H. Thayer's Discoveries
F. B. Sumner1911The adjustment of flatfishes to various backgrounds: a study of adaptive colour change
S. O. Mast1914Changes in shade, color, and pattern in fishes and their bearing on the problems of adaptation and behavior, with especial reference to the flounders Paralichthys and Ancylopsetta
H. R. Hewer1930Studies in colour-changes in fish. - Part V. The colour patterns in certain flat fish and their relation to the environment
F. B. Sumner1934Does protective coloration protect?--Results of experiments with fishes and birds
F. B. Sumner1935Evidence for protective value of changeable coloration in fishes
F. B. Sumner1935Studies of protective color change III Experiments with fishes both as predators and prey
F. B. Sumner1937Changeable Coloration Its Mechanism and Biological Value with Special Reference to Fishes
H. B. Cott1938Camouflage in nature and in war
W. Holmes1940The colour changes and colour patterns of Sepia officinalis L
F. B. Sumner1941Adaptive coloration in animals
G. H. Parker1948Animal Colour Changes and Their Neurohumours. A Survey of Investigations 1910-1943
J. E. Randall, Randall H. A.1960Examples of mimicry and protective resemblance in tropical marine fishes
E. R. A. Turner1961Survival values of different methods of camouflage as shown in a model population
K. S. Norris, Lowe C. H.1964An analysis of background color-matching in amphibians and reptiles
T. D. Sargent1966Background selections of geometrid and noctuid moths
T. D. Sargent1968Cryptic moths: effects on background selections of painting the circumocular scales
W. Wickler1968Mimicry
M. H. Robinson1969Defenses against visually hunting predators
T. D. Sargent1969Behavioral adaptations of cryptic moths. V. Preliminary studies on an anthophilus species, Schinia florida (Noctuidae)
T. D. Sargent1969Behavioral adaptations of cryptic moths. II. Experimental studies on bark-like species
T. D. Sargent1969Background selections of the pale and melanic forms of the cryptic moth, Phigalia titea (Cramer)
T. D. Sargent1969Behavioral adaptations of cryptic moths. III. Resting attitudes of two bark-like species, Melanolophilia canadaria and Catocala ultronia
T. D. Sargent, Keiper R. R.1969Behavioral adaptations of cryptic moths. I. Preliminary studies on bark-like species
D. A. Humphries, Driver P. M.1970Protean defence by prey animals
E. J. Denton, Land M. F.1971Mechanism of reflexion in silvery layers of fish and cephalopods
R. Cowen, Gertman, R., Wiggett, G.1972Camouflage patterns in Nautilus, and their implications for cephalopod paleobiology
J. B. Messenger, Wilson, A. P., Hedge, A.1973Some evidence for colour-blindness in Octopus
R. Cowen, Gertman, R., Wiggett, G.1973Camouflage patterns in Nautilus and their implications for cephalopod paleobiology
J. B. Messenger1973Some evidence for colour-blindness in Octopus
T. D. Sargent1973Behavioral adaptations of cryptic moths. VI. Further experimental studies on bark-like species
T. D. Sargent1973Studies on the Catocala (Noctuidae) of Southern New England. IV. A preliminary analysis of beak-damaged specimens, with discussion of anomaly as a potenial anti-predator function of hindwing diversity
J. B. Messenger, Wilson, A. P., Hedge, A.1973Some evidence for colour-blindness in Octopus
R. O. Duda1973Pattern Classification and Scene Analysis
J. B. Messenger1974Reflecting elements in cephalopod skin and their importance for camouflage
J. B. Messenger1974Reflecting elements in cephalopod skin and their importance for camouflage
T. Roffe1975Spectral perception in Octopus: a behavioral study
T. Roffe1975Spectral perception in Octopus: a behavioral study
J. B. Messenger1977Evidence that Octopus is colour blind
J. B. Messenger1977Evidence that Octopus is colour blind
M. Moynihan, Rodaniche F.1977Communication, crypsis, and mimicry among cephalopods
H. B. D. Kettlewell, Conn D. L. T.1977Further background choice experiments on cryptic Lepidoptera
R. C. Steward1977Industrial and non-industrial melanism in peppered moth, Biston betularia (L)
D. Froesch, Messenger J. B.1978On leucophores and the chromatic unit of Octopus vulgaris

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