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Hämäläinen, L.; Hoppitt, W.; Rowland, H. M.; Mappes, J.; Fulford, A. J.; Thorogood, S. S. R.: Social transmission in the wild can reduce predation pressure on novel prey signals. Nature Communications 12, 3978 (2021)
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Wicher, D.; Miazzi, F.: Functional properties of insect olfactory receptors: ionotropic receptors and odorant receptors. Cell and Tissue Research 383, S. 7 - 19 (2021)
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Hämäläinen, L.; Mappes, J.; Rowland, H. M.; Teichmann, M.; Thorogood, R.: Social learning within and across predator species reduces attacks on novel aposematic prey. Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (5), S. 1153 - 1164 (2020)
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Hämäläinen, L.; Mappes, J.; Thorogood, R.; Valkonen, J. K.; Karttunen, K.; Salmi, T.; Rowland, H. M.: Predators’ consumption of unpalatable prey does not vary as a function of bitter taste perception. Behavioral Ecology 31 (2), S. 383 - 392 (2020)
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Rowland, H. M.; Burriss, R. P.; Skelhorn, J.: The antipredator benefits of postural camouflage in peppered moth caterpillars. Scientific Reports 10 (1), 21654 (2020)
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Eacock, A.; Rowland, H. M.; van’t Hof, A. E.; Yung, C. J.; Edmonds, N.; Saccheri, I. J.: Adaptive colour change and background choice behaviour in peppered moth caterpillars is mediated by extraocular photoreception. Communications Biology 2, 286 (2019)
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Hämäläinen, L.; Mappes, J.; Rowland, H. M.; Thorogood, R.: Social information use about novel aposematic prey is not influenced by a predator's previous experience with toxins. Functional Ecology 33 (10), S. 1982 - 1992 (2019)
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Hämäläinen, L.; Rowland, H. M.; Mappes, J.; Thorogood, R.: The effect of social information from live demonstrators compared to video playback on blue tit foraging decisions. PeerJ 7, e7998 (2019)
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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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Hamalainen, L.; Rowland, H. M.; Mappes, J.; Thorogood, R.: Can video playback provide social information for foraging blue tits? PeerJ 5, S. 21 (2017)
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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)

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Rowland, H. M.; Drinkwater, E.: Wallace on the colors of animals: defense against predators. In: An Alfred Russel Wallace Companion (Hg. Smith, C. H.; Costa, J.). University of Chicago Press, Chicago (2019)
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Rowland, H. M.: Countershading. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior (Hg. Rowland, H. M.). Oxford (2018)
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Rowland, H. M.: Countershading. In: Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, S. 1 - 3 (Hg. Shackelford, T. K.). Springer, Cham (2017)
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