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Heiling, A. M. (1999). Why do nocturnal orb-web spiders (Araneidae) search for light? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 46(1), 43–49.
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Poot, H., Ens, B. J., de Vries, H., Donners, M. A. H., Wernand, M. R., & Marquenie, J. M. (2008). Green Light for Nocturnally Migrating Birds. Ecology and Societ, 13(2), 47.
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Arnaud Da Silva, J. M. S., Emmi Schlicht, Mihai Valcu, Bart Kempenaers. (2014). Artificial night lighting rather than traffic noise affects the daily timing of dawn and dusk singing in common European songbirds. Behavioral Ecology, 25(5), 1037–1047.
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Zozaya, S. M., Alford, R. A., & Schwarzkopf, L. (2015). Invasive house geckos are more willing to use artificial lights than are native geckos: House geckos and artificial lights. Austral Ecology, 40(8), 982–987.
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Moore, B. (1920). The Relative Length of Day and Night. Ecology, 1(3), 234–237.
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