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Martin J How, Johannes M Zanker. Zoology (Jena) 2014
Times Cited: 28







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87 articles co-cited >1



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Dazzle coloration and prey movement.
Martin Stevens, Daniella H Yule, Graeme D Ruxton. Proc Biol Sci 2008
48
60

Motion dazzle and camouflage as distinct anti-predator defenses.
Martin Stevens, W Tom L Searle, Jenny E Seymour, Kate L A Marshall, Graeme D Ruxton. BMC Biol 2011
42
57

Dazzle camouflage affects speed perception.
Nicholas E Scott-Samuel, Roland Baddeley, Chloe E Palmer, Innes C Cuthill. PLoS One 2011
47
57

Are stripes beneficial? Dazzle camouflage influences perceived speed and hit rates.
Bettina von Helversen, Lael J Schooler, Uwe Czienskowski. PLoS One 2013
20
55

The function of zebra stripes.
Tim Caro, Amanda Izzo, Robert C Reiner, Hannah Walker, Theodore Stankowich. Nat Commun 2014
40
39

Motion dazzle and the effects of target patterning on capture success.
Anna E Hughes, Jolyon Troscianko, Martin Stevens. BMC Evol Biol 2014
23
43

Polarotactic tabanids find striped patterns with brightness and/or polarization modulation least attractive: an advantage of zebra stripes.
Adám Egri, Miklós Blahó, György Kriska, Róbert Farkas, Mónika Gyurkovszky, Susanne Akesson, Gábor Horváth. J Exp Biol 2012
39
32

Camouflage, detection and identification of moving targets.
Joanna R Hall, Innes C Cuthill, Roland Baddeley, Adam J Shohet, Nicholas E Scott-Samuel. Proc Biol Sci 2013
36
28

How the zebra got its stripes: a problem with too many solutions.
Brenda Larison, Ryan J Harrigan, Henri A Thomassen, Daniel I Rubenstein, Alec M Chan-Golston, Elizabeth Li, Thomas B Smith. R Soc Open Sci 2015
16
43

Dazzle camouflage, target tracking, and the confusion effect.
Benedict G Hogan, Innes C Cuthill, Nicholas E Scott-Samuel. Behav Ecol 2016
19
36

Motion dazzle: a locust's eye view.
Roger D Santer. Biol Lett 2013
11
54

The role of stripe orientation in target capture success.
Anna E Hughes, Richard S Magor-Elliott, Martin Stevens. Front Zool 2015
11
54

Zebra Stripes through the Eyes of Their Predators, Zebras, and Humans.
Amanda D Melin, Donald W Kline, Chihiro Hiramatsu, Tim Caro. PLoS One 2016
12
50

An unexpected advantage of whiteness in horses: the most horsefly-proof horse has a depolarizing white coat.
Gábor Horváth, Miklós Blahó, György Kriska, Ramón Hegedüs, Balázs Gerics, Róbert Farkas, Susanne Akesson. Proc Biol Sci 2010
45
17


Spottier targets are less attractive to tabanid flies: on the tabanid-repellency of spotty fur patterns.
Miklos Blaho, Adam Egri, Lea Bahidszki, Gyorgy Kriska, Ramon Hegedus, Susanne Akesson, Gabor Horvath. PLoS One 2012
23
21

Visual ecology of biting flies.
S A Allan, J F Day, J D Edman. Annu Rev Entomol 1987
110
14


Phenomenal coherence of moving visual patterns.
E H Adelson, J A Movshon. Nature 1982
748
14

Animal camouflage: current issues and new perspectives.
Martin Stevens, Sami Merilaita. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2009
206
14

Communication and camouflage with the same 'bright' colours in reef fishes.
N J Marshall. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2000
107
14


Moving in groups: how density and unpredictable motion affect predation risk.
Nicholas E Scott-Samuel, Gavin Holmes, Roland Baddeley, Innes C Cuthill. Behav Ecol Sociobiol 2015
9
44

Spots and stripes: ecology and colour pattern evolution in butterflyfishes.
Jennifer L Kelley, John L Fitzpatrick, Sami Merilaita. Proc Biol Sci 2013
28
14

Visual illusions in predator-prey interactions: birds find moving patterned prey harder to catch.
Liisa Hämäläinen, Janne Valkonen, Johanna Mappes, Bibiana Rojas. Anim Cogn 2015
11
36

Disruptive coloration and background pattern matching.
Innes C Cuthill, Martin Stevens, Jenna Sheppard, Tracey Maddocks, C Alejandro Párraga, Tom S Troscianko. Nature 2005
182
10

Disruptive camouflage impairs object recognition.
Richard J Webster, Christopher Hassall, Chris M Herdman, Jean-Guy J Godin, Thomas N Sherratt. Biol Lett 2013
22
13


Defeating crypsis: detection and learning of camouflage strategies.
Jolyon Troscianko, Alice E Lown, Anna E Hughes, Martin Stevens. PLoS One 2013
26
11


Cuttlefish camouflage: context-dependent body pattern use during motion.
S Zylinski, D Osorio, A J Shohet. Proc Biol Sci 2009
20
15

Empirical tests of the role of disruptive coloration in reducing detectability.
Stewart Fraser, Alison Callahan, Dana Klassen, Thomas N Sherratt. Proc Biol Sci 2007
42
10



Egg-laying substrate selection for optimal camouflage by quail.
P George Lovell, Graeme D Ruxton, Keri V Langridge, Karen A Spencer. Curr Biol 2013
45
10



Camouflage and visual perception.
Tom Troscianko, Christopher P Benton, P George Lovell, David J Tolhurst, Zygmunt Pizlo. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2009
70
10

Contrasting coloration in terrestrial mammals.
Tim Caro. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2009
49
10

The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
10


A universal strategy for visually guided landing.
Emily Baird, Norbert Boeddeker, Michael R Ibbotson, Mandyam V Srinivasan. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2013
58
10

Concordance on zebra stripes: a comment on Larison et al. (2015).
Tim Caro, Theodore Stankowich. R Soc Open Sci 2015
7
42

Dynamic Dazzle Distorts Speed Perception.
Joanna R Hall, Innes C Cuthill, Roland Baddeley, Angela S Attwood, Marcus R Munafò, Nicholas E Scott-Samuel. PLoS One 2016
13
23

Defining disruptive coloration and distinguishing its functions.
Martin Stevens, Sami Merilaita. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2009
94
10

Contrast, contours and the confusion effect in dazzle camouflage.
Benedict G Hogan, Nicholas E Scott-Samuel, Innes C Cuthill. R Soc Open Sci 2016
12
25

Experimental evidence that stripes do not cool zebras.
Gábor Horváth, Ádám Pereszlényi, Dénes Száz, András Barta, Imre M Jánosi, Balázs Gerics, Susanne Åkesson. Sci Rep 2018
7
42

Benefits of zebra stripes: Behaviour of tabanid flies around zebras and horses.
Tim Caro, Yvette Argueta, Emmanuelle Sophie Briolat, Joren Bruggink, Maurice Kasprowsky, Jai Lake, Matthew J Mitchell, Sarah Richardson, Martin How. PLoS One 2019
11
27

Host preferences of tsetse (Diptera: Glossinidae) based on bloodmeal identifications.
P H Clausen, I Adeyemi, B Bauer, M Breloeer, F Salchow, C Staak. Med Vet Entomol 1998
91
7

Economic impact of stable flies (Diptera: Muscidae) on dairy and beef cattle production.
David B Taylor, Roger D Moon, Darrell R Mark. J Med Entomol 2012
94
7


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