Eleanor Caves
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Visual acuity in ray-finned fishes correlates with eye size and habitat
EM Caves, TT Sutton, S Johnsen
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (9), 1586-1596, 2017
702017
Natural experiment demonstrates that bird loss leads to cessation of dispersal of native seeds from intact to degraded forests
EM Caves, SB Jennings, J HilleRisLambers, JJ Tewksbury, HS Rogers
PLoS One 8 (5), e65618, 2013
652013
Visual acuity and the evolution of signals
EM Caves, NC Brandley, S Johnsen
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (5), 358-372, 2018
642018
Categorical perception of colour signals in a songbird
EM Caves, PA Green, MN Zipple, S Peters, S Johnsen, S Nowicki
Nature 560 (7718), 365-367, 2018
492018
Spectral sensitivity, spatial resolution and temporal resolution and their implications for conspecific signalling in cleaner shrimp
EM Caves, TM Frank, S Johnsen
Journal of Experimental Biology 219, 597-608, 2016
412016
AcuityView: An R package for portraying the effects of visual acuity on scenes observed by an animal
EM Caves, S Johnsen
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 10.1111/2041-210X.12911, 2017
322017
Hosts of avian brood parasites have evolved egg signatures with elevated information content
CNS Eleanor M. Caves, Martin Stevens, Edwin S. Iversen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282, 20150598, 2015
222015
Von Uexküll revisited: Addressing human biases in the study of animal perception
EM Caves, S Nowicki, S Johnsen
Integrative and comparative biology, doi:10.1093/icb/icz073, 2019
122019
Mutual visual signalling between the cleaner shrimp Ancylomenes pedersoni and its client fish
EM Caves, PA Green, S Johnsen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1881), 20180800, 2018
92018
Spectral sensitivity in ray-finned fishes: diversity, ecology and shared descent
LE Schweikert, RR Fitak, EM Caves, TT Sutton, S Johnsen
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (23), 2018
82018
Variation in rod spectral sensitivity of fishes is best predicted by habitat and depth
LE Schweikert, EM Caves, SE Solie, TT Sutton, S Johnsen
Journal of Fish Biology 95, 179-185, 2019
72019
Categorical colour perception occurs in both signalling and non-signalling colour ranges in a songbird
MN Zipple, EM Caves, PA Green, S Peters, S Johnsen, S Nowicki
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1903), 20190524, 2019
62019
Does coevolution with a shared parasite drive hosts to partition their defences among species?
EM Caves, M Stevens, CN Spottiswoode
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1854), 20170272, 2017
52017
Variation in carotenoid-containing retinal oil droplets correlates with variation in perception of carotenoid coloration
EM Caves, LE Schweikert, PA Green, MN Zipple, C Taboada, S Peters, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74 (7), 1-14, 2020
22020
Comparison of categorical color perception in two Estrildid finches
EM Caves, PA Green, MN Zipple, D Bharath, S Peters, S Johnsen, ...
The American Naturalist 197 (2), 000-000, 2021
12021
Orientation in pill bugs: An interdisciplinary activity to engage students in concepts of biology, physics & circular statistics
RR Fitak, EM Caves, S Johnsen
The American Biology Teacher 80 (8), 608-618, 2018
12018
Many people are long or short-sighted. Is this the same for other animals, and if so, how do they cope?
E Caves
NEW SCIENTIST 245 (3323), 54-55, 2021
2021
A customizable, low‐cost optomotor apparatus: a powerful tool for behaviourally measuring visual capability
EM Caves, J Troscianko, LA Kelley
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11 (10), 1319-1324, 2020
2020
Conference Abstract: Carotenoid Concentration in Avian Retinal Oil Droplets Correlates with Color Discrimination Across a Perceptual Category Boundary
S Nowicki, EM Caves, LE Schweikert, PA Green, C Taboada, MN Zipple, ...
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E175-E175, 2020
2020
Conference Abstract: How our perceptual and cognitive biases may influence our study of animal vision
S Johnsen, EM Caves
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E113-E113, 2020
2020
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