Animal behaviour

Peters Lab

Peters RA (in press) Noise in optic communication: motion from wind-blown. In Animal Communication and Noise, Ed. Brumm H, Springer, Heidelberg, Germany.

Narendra A, Reid SF, Greiner B, Peters RA, Hemmi JM, Ribi WA & Zeil J (2011). Caste-specific visual adaptations to distinct daily activity schedules in Australian in Australian Myrmecia ants. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 278, 1141-1149.

Peters RA (2010) Movement-based signalling and the physical world: modelling the changing perceptual task for receivers. In Modelling Perception with Artificial Neural Networks, Ed. Tosh C & Ruxton G, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

New STD & Peters RA. (2010) A framework for view-dependent analysis of movement-based signals in 3D. Current Zoology, 56, 327-336.

Peters RA & Allen SJ. (2009) Movement signal choreography unaffected by receiver distance in the Australian Jacky lizard, Amphibolurus muricatus. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 63, 1593-1602.

Woo K, Burke D, Peters RA. (2009) Motion sensitivity of lizards: random-dot kinematograms reveal the importance of motion noise for signal detection. Animal Behaviour, 77, 307-315.

Hoese, FJ, Peters, RA & Evans, CS. (2008) The effect of variation in prey movement on the predatory response of Jacky lizards (Amphibolurus muricatus). Ethology 114, 718-727.

Peters RA Hemmi, JM & Zeil J (2008) Image motion environments: background noise for movement-based animal signals. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 194, 441-456.

How MJ, Hemmi JM, Zeil J & Peters RA (2008) Claw waving choreography changes with receiver distance in fiddler crabs (Uca perplexa). Animal Behaviour, 75, 1015-1022.

Peters RA (2008) Environmental motion delays the detection of movement-based signals. Biology Letters, 4, 2-5.

Peters RA, Hemmi JM & Zeil J (2007) Signalling against the wind: modifying motion signal structure in response to increased noise. Current Biology, 17, 1231-1234.

Ord, TJ, Peters RA, Clucas, B & Stamps JA (2007) Lizards speed up visual displays in noisy motion habitats Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 274, 1057-1062.

Peters RA & Evans CS (2007) Active space of a movement-based signal: response to the Jacky dragon (Amphibolurus muricatus) display is sensitive to distance, but independent of orientation Journal of Experimental Biology, 210, 395-402.

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