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Bailey, L. A., Brigham, R. M., Bohn, S. J., Boyles, J. G., & Smit, B. (2019). An experimental test of the allotonic frequency hypothesis to isolate the effects of light pollution on bat prey selection. Oecologia, 190(2), 367–374.
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Bennett, V. J., & Hale, A. M. (2014). Red aviation lights on wind turbines do not increase bat-turbine collisions. Animal Conservation, 17(4), 354–358.
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Bukalev, A. V., Vinogradova, I. A., Zabezhinskii, M. A., Semenchenko, A. V., & Anisimov, V. N. (2013). Light pollution increases morbidity and mortality rate from different causes in female rats. Adv Gerontol, 3(3), 180–188.
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Downs, N. C., Beaton, V., Guest, J., Polanski, J., Robinson, S. L., & Racey, P. A. (2003). The effects of illuminating the roost entrance on the emergence behaviour of Pipistrellus pygmaeus. Biological Conservation, 111(2), 247.252.
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Erren, T. C., Pape, H. G., Reiter, R. J., & Piekarski, C. (2008). Chronodisruption and cancer. Naturwissenschaften, 95(5), 367–382.
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Haddock, J., K., Threlfall, C. G., Law, B., & Hochuli, D. F. (2019). Responses of insectivorous bats and nocturnal insects to local changes in street light technology. Austral Ecology, 44(6), 1052–1064.
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Jung, K., & Kalko, E. K. (2010). Where forest meets urbanization: foraging plasticity of aerial insectivorous bats in an anthropogenically altered environment. J. Mammal., 91(1), 144–153.
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Lacoeuilhe, A., Machon, N., Julien, J. - F., Le Bocq, A., & Kerbiriou, C. (2014). The influence of low intensities of light pollution on bat communities in a semi-natural context. PLoS One, 9(10), e103042.
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Lewanzik, D., Voigt, C. C., & Pocock, M. (2014). Artificial light puts ecosystem services of frugivorous bats at risk. J Appl Ecol, 51(2), 388–394.
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Mathews, F., Roche, N., Aughney, T., Jones, N., Day, J., Baker, J., et al. (2015). Barriers and benefits: implications of artificial night-lighting for the distribution of common bats in Britain and Ireland. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 370, 20140124.
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