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Bailey, L.A.; Brigham, R.M.; Bohn, S.J.; Boyles, J.G.; Smit, B. An experimental test of the allotonic frequency hypothesis to isolate the effects of light pollution on bat prey selection 2019 Oecologia 190 367–374
Boyes, D.H.; Evans, D.M.; Fox, R.; Parsons, M.S.; Pocock, M.J.O. Is light pollution driving moth population declines? A review of causal mechanisms across the life cycle 2020 Insect Conservation and Diversity in press
Ford, S.; Kidd, P.; Nashand, K.; Rietveld, A. ARTIFICIAL LIGHT AND MOTH BIODIVERSITY: A COMPARISON OF MOTH DIVERSITY ACROSS DIFFERENT HABITATS ON LUNDY TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECT OF ARTIFICIAL LIGHT 2020 Journal of the Lundy Field Society 7 53-68
Johnsen, S.; Kelber, A.; Warrant, E.; Sweeney, A.M.; Widder, E.A.; Lee, R.L.J.; Hernandez-Andres, J. Crepuscular and nocturnal illumination and its effects on color perception by the nocturnal hawkmoth Deilephila elpenor 2006 The Journal of Experimental Biology 209 789-800
Kelber, A.; Balkenius, A.; Warrant, E.J. Scotopic colour vision in nocturnal hawkmoths 2002 Nature 419 922-925