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Girard, M. B., Kasumovic, M. M., & Elias, D. O. (2018). The role of red coloration and song in peacock spider courtship: insights into complex signaling systems. Behavioral Ecology, in press.
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Leise, T. L., Goldberg, A., Michael, J., Montoya, G., Solow, S., Molyneux, P., et al. (2018). Recurring circadian disruption alters circadian clock sensitivity to resetting. Eur J Neurosci, in press.
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Pulgar, J., Zeballos, D., Vargas, J., Aldana, M., Manriquez, P., Manriquez, K., et al. (2018). Endogenous cycles, activity patterns and energy expenditure of an intertidal fish is modified by artificial light pollution at night (ALAN). Environ Pollut, 244, 361–366.
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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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Cravens, Z. M., & Boyles, J. G. (2018). Illuminating the physiological implications of artificial light on an insectivorous bat community. Oecologia, in press.
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