Research Group Predators and Toxic Prey

List of publications

Journal Article (3)

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Journal Article
Eacock, A.; Rowland, H. M.; Edmonds, N.; Saccheri, I. J.: Colour change of twig-mimicking peppered moth larvae is a continuous reaction norm that increases camouflage against avian predators. PeerJ 5, e3999 (2017)
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Journal Article
Hamalainen, L.; Rowland, H. M.; Mappes, J.; Thorogood, R.: Can video playback provide social information for foraging blue tits? PeerJ 5, p. 21 (2017)
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Journal Article
Henderson, L. J.; Ryan, M. R.; Rowland, H. M.: Perch, Perca fluviatilis show a directional preference for, but do not increase attacks toward, prey in response to water-borne cortisol. PeerJ 5, e3883 (2017)

Book Chapter (1)

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Book Chapter
Rowland, H. M.: Countershading. In: Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, pp. 1 - 3 (Ed. Shackelford, T. K.). Springer, Cham (2017)
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