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Kempinger, L., Dittmann, R., Rieger, D., & Helfrich-Forster, C. (2009). The nocturnal activity of fruit flies exposed to artificial moonlight is partly caused by direct light effects on the activity level that bypass the endogenous clock. Chronobiol Int, 26(2), 151–166.
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Kloock, C. T., Kubli, A., & Reynolds, R. (2010). Ultraviolet light detection: a function of scorpion fluorescence. Journal of Arachnology, 38(3), 441–445.
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Kronfeld-Schor, N., Dominoni, D., de la Iglesia, H., Levy, O., Herzog, E. D., Dayan, T., et al. (2013). Chronobiology by moonlight. Proc Biol Sci, 280(1765), 20123088.
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Kyba, C. C. M., Conrad, J., & Shatwell, T. (2020). Lunar illuminated fraction is a poor proxy for moonlight exposure. Nat Ecol Evol, 4, 318–319.
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Kyba, C. C. M., Mohar, A., & Posch, T. (2017). How bright is moonlight? Astronomy & Geophysics, 58(1), 1.31.32.
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Kyba, C. C. M., Ruhtz, T., Fischer, J., & Hölker, F. (2011). Lunar skylight polarization signal polluted by urban lighting. J. Geophys. Res., 116(D24).
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Langbehn, T., Aksnes, D., Kaartvedt, S., Fiksen, Ø., & Jørgensen, C. (2019). Light comfort zone in a mesopelagic fish emerges from adaptive behaviour along a latitudinal gradient. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 623, 161–174.
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Leonard, J. P., Tewes, M. E., Lombardi, J. V., Wester, D. W., & Campbell, T. A. (2020). Effects of sun angle, lunar illumination, and diurnal temperature on temporal movement rates of sympatric ocelots and bobcats in South Texas. PLoS One, 15(4), e0231732.
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Luecke, C., & Wurtsbaugh, W. A. (1993). Effects of Moonlight and Daylight on Hydroacoustic Estimates of Pelagic Fish Abundance. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 122(1), 112–120.
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