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Baker, B. J., & Richardson, J. M. L. (2006). The effect of artificial light on male breeding-season behaviour in green frogs,Rana clamitans melanota. Can. J. Zool., 84(10), 1528–1532.
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Buchanan, B. W. (1993). Effects of enhanced lighting on the behaviour of nocturnal frogs. Animal Behaviour, 45(5), 893–899.
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Deng, K., Zhu, B. - C., Zhou, Y., Chen, Q. - H., Wang, T. - L., Wang, J. - C., et al. (2019). Mate choice decisions of female serrate-legged small treefrogs are affected by ambient light under natural, but not enhanced artificial nocturnal light conditions. Behavioural Processes, in press, 103997.
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Gaston, M. S., Pereyra, L. C., & Vaira, M. (2018). Artificial light at night and captivity induces differential effects on leukocyte profile, body condition, and erythrocyte size of a diurnal toad. J Exp Zool A Ecol Integr Physiol, in press.
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Grant, R., Halliday, T., & Chadwick, E. (2013). Amphibians' response to the lunar synodic cycle--a review of current knowledge, recommendations, and implications for conservation. Behavioral Ecology, 24(1), 53–62.
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Hall, A. S. (2016). Acute Artificial Light Diminishes Central Texas Anuran Calling Behavior. Amer. Midland Naturalist, 175(2), 183–193.
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May, D., Shidemantle, G., Melnick-Kelley, Q., Crane, K., & Hua, J. (2019). The effect of intensified illuminance and artificial light at night on fitness and susceptibility to abiotic and biotic stressors. Environmental Pollution, 251, 600–608.
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Mège, P., Ödeen, A., Théry, M., Picard, D., & Secondi, J. (2015). Partial Opsin Sequences Suggest UV-Sensitive Vision is Widespread in Caudata. Evol. Biol., , 1–10.
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Vignoli, L., & Luiselli, L. (2013). Better in the dark: two Mediterranean amphibians synchronize reproduction with moonlit nights. Web Ecol., 13(1), 1–11.
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