Sebastiano De Bona
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Predator mimicry, not conspicuousness, explains the efficacy of butterfly eyespots
S De Bona, JK Valkonen, A López-Sepulcre, J Mappes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1806), 20150202, 2015
Deimatism: a neglected component of antipredator defence
KDL Umbers, S De Bona, TE White, J Lehtonen, J Mappes, JA Endler
Biology letters 13 (4), 20160936, 2017
Item Response Trees: a recommended method for analyzing categorical data in behavioral studies
A López-Sepulcre, S De Bona, JK Valkonen, KDL Umbers, J Mappes
Behavioral Ecology 26 (5), 1268-1273, 2015
Spatio‐temporal dynamics of density‐dependent dispersal during a population colonisation
S De Bona, M Bruneaux, AEG Lee, DN Reznick, P Bentzen, ...
Ecology letters 22 (4), 634-644, 2019
The protective value of a defensive display varies with the experience of wild predators
KDL Umbers, TE White, S De Bona, T Haff, J Ryeland, E Drinkwater, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-8, 2019
Fight or flight trade-offs and the defensive behaviour of the mountain katydid, Acripeza reticulata
S De Bona, TE White, KDL Umbers
Animal Behaviour 159, 81-87, 2020
Dispersal, habitat use, and the invasion dynamics of introduced populations: a case study on the guppy (Poecilia reticulata)
S De Bona
JYU dissertations, 2019
ONLINE APPENDIX S1. R tutorial on fitting Response Tree GLMMs to categorical data of behaviour
A López-Sepulcre, S De Bona, JK Valkonen, KDL Umbers, J Mappes
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