Books

30-Second Zoology

Fellowes M. (Ed). 2020. London, UK: Ivy Press.

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Papers

17

Barnett JB, Ford J, Guerra-Grenier E, Jreidini N, Benbahtane J & Green DM. 

Spatial and temporal context underlies ontogenetic changes in the effectiveness of camouflage.

In Review

16

Yeager J & Barnett JB.

Variable utility in the enigmatic presence of ultraviolet reflectance in conspicuous aposematic signals.

In Review

15

Larter L, Barnett JB, Keiser CN, Moeller H & Pruitt JN.

Faking sick: infection cues as a potential source of sensory bias in intraspecific signal evolution.

In Review.

Preprint

14

Barnett JB, Varela BJ, Jennings B, Lesbarrères D, Pruitt JN & Green DM. 2021.

Habitat disturbance alters color contrast and the detectability of cryptic and aposematic frogs.

Behavioral Ecology Accepted.

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13

Anderson HM, Fisher DN, McEwen BL, Yeager J, Pruitt JN & Barnett JB. 2021.

Episodic correlations in behavioural lateralization differ between a poison frog and its mimic.

Animal Behaviour 174: 207-215.

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12

Yeager J & Barnett JB. 2020.

Ultraviolet components offer minimal contrast enhancement to an aposematic signal.

Ecology and Evolution 10: 13576-13582.

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11

Culbert BM, Talagala S, Barnett JB, Stanbrook E, Smale P & Balshine S. 2020.

Context-dependent consequences of color biases in a social fish. 

Behavioral Ecology 31: 1410-1419.

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10

Barnett JB, Michalis C, Anderson HM, McEwen BL, Yeager J, Pruitt JN, Scott-Samuel NE & Cuthill IC. 2020.

Imperfect transparency and camouflage in glass frogs. 

PNAS 117: 12885-12890.

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Featured in:

The Guardian, The Times, Daily Mail, Smithsonian Magazine, Canadian Geographic, Scientific American's 60-Second Science Podcast,

SciShow (YouTube)The Conversation, The Science BreakerIFLScience, ZME Science, The Science Times, Futura Sciences, Galileu, Superinteressante, Gizmodo AustraliaHalifax TodayMSN

9

Doering GN, Sheehy KA, Barnett JB & Pruitt JN. 2020.

Colony size and initial conditions combine to shape reunification dynamics.

Behavioural Processes 170: 103994.

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8

Barnett JB, Michalis C, Scott-Samuel NE & Cuthill IC. 2018.

Distance-dependent defensive coloration in the poison frog Dendrobates tinctorius, Dendrobatidae. 

PNAS 115: 6416-6421.

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Featured in:

Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Science Magazine, Discover Magazine, earth.comReptiles Magazine, Herpetological Highlights Podcast

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Barnett JB, Cuthill IC & Scott-Samuel NE. 2018.

Distance-dependent aposematism and camouflage in the cinnabar moth caterpillar (Tyria jacobaeae, Erebidae).

Royal Society Open Science 5: 171396.

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Featured in:

BBC Wildlife Magazine, Scientific American's 60-Second Science Podcast 

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Barnett JB, Cuthill IC & Scott-Samuel NE. 2017.

Pattern blending can camouflage salient aposematic signals. 

Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284: 20170128.

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5

Barnett JB, Redfern AS, Bhattacharyya-Dickson R, Clifton O, Courty T, Ho T, Hopes A, McPhee T, Merrison K,

Owen R, Scott-Samuel NE & Cuthill IC. 2016.

Stripes for warning and stripes for hiding: spatial frequency and detection distance.

Behavioral Ecology 28: 373-381.

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4

Barnett JB, Scott-Samuel NE & Cuthill IC. 2016.

Aposematism: balancing salience and camouflage.

Biology Letters 12: 20160335.

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3

Barnett JB & Cuthill IC. 2014.

Distance-dependent defensive coloration.

Current Biology 24: R1157-R1158.

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2

Barnett JB, Benbow RL, Ismail A & Fellowes MDE. 2013.

Abundance and diversity of anurans in a regenerating former oil palm plantation in Selangor, Peninsular Malaysia. 

Herpetological Bulletin 125: 1-9.

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Barnett JB. 2011.

Pigmentation loss and regeneration in a captive wild type axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum

Herpetological Bulletin 115: 17-18.

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Popular Articles

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Barnett JB. 2021.

It's clear: the glass frog's transparent belly has a special advantage.

The Science Breaker

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2

Barnett JB. 2020.

Glass frogs, ghost shrimp and clearwing butterflies use transparency to evade predators. 

The Conversation

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Barnett JB. 2013.

Camouflage and the Amphibia

FrogLog 107: 12-14.

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