Changku Kang
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Camouflage through an active choice of a resting spot and body orientation in moths
CK Kang, JY Moon, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (9), 1695-1702, 2012
Camouflage through behavior in moths: the role of background matching and disruptive coloration
C Kang, M Stevens, J Moon, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Behavioral Ecology 26 (1), 45-54, 2015
Colour and pattern change against visually heterogeneous backgrounds in the tree frog Hyla japonica
C Kang, YE Kim, Y Jang
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-12, 2016
Body size affects the evolution of hidden colour signals in moths
C Kang, R Zahiri, TN Sherratt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1861), 20171287, 2017
Flash behavior increases prey survival
K Loeffler-Henry, C Kang, Y Yip, T Caro, TN Sherratt
Behavioral Ecology 29 (3), 528-533, 2018
Multiple lines of anti-predator defence in the spotted lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae)
C Kang, H Moon, TN Sherratt, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120 (1), 115-124, 2017
Moths on tree trunks seek out more cryptic positions when their current crypticity is low
CK Kang, JY Moon, PG Jablonski
Animal Behaviour 86 (3), 587-594, 2013
Effect of sex and bright coloration on survival and predator‐induced wing damage in an aposematic lantern fly with startle display
Ecological Entomology 36 (6), 709-716, 2011
Warning signals confer advantage to prey in competition with predators: bumblebees steal nests from insectivorous birds
PG Jablonski, HJ Cho, SR Song, CK Kang, S Lee
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (8), 1259-1267, 2013
Post-attack aposematic display in prey facilitates predator avoidance learning
C Kang, HJ Cho, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 35, 2016
How size and conspicuousness affect the efficacy of flash coloration
S Bae, D Kim, TN Sherratt, T Caro, C Kang
Behavioral Ecology 30 (3), 697-702, 2019
Differential predation drives the geographical divergence in multiple traits in aposematic frogs
C Kang, TN Sherratt, YE Kim, Y Shin, J Moon, U Song, JY Kang, K Kim, ...
Behavioral Ecology 28 (4), 1122-1130, 2017
Are tropical butterflies more colorful?
JM Adams, C Kang, M June-Wells
Ecological research 29 (4), 685-691, 2014
Consistent associations between body size and hidden contrasting color signals across a range of insect taxa
K Loeffler-Henry, C Kang, TN Sherratt
The American Naturalist 194 (1), 28-37, 2019
Mowing: A cause of invasion, but also a potential solution for management of the invasive, alien plant species Erigeron annuus (L.) Pers
U Song, D Son, C Kang, EJ Lee, K Lee, JS Park
Journal of environmental management 223, 530-536, 2018
Cryptically patterned moths perceive bark structure when choosing body orientations that match wing color pattern to the bark pattern
C Kang, J Moon, S Lee, PG Jablonski
PLoS One 8 (10), e78117, 2013
Moths use multimodal sensory information to adopt adaptive resting orientations
C Kang, JY Moon, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111 (4), 900-904, 2014
Insects perceive local sex ratio in the absence of tactile or visual sex-specific cues
CS Han, CK Kang, HS Shin, JH Lee, MR Bae, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 66 (9), 1285-1290, 2012
Climate predicts both visible and near‐infrared reflectance in butterflies
C Kang, S Im, WY Lee, Y Choi, D Stuart‐Fox, B Huertas
Ecology letters 24 (9), 1869-1879, 2021
The incidence of abnormalities in the fire-bellied toad, Bombina orientalis, in relation to nearby human activity
C Kang, Y Shin, YE Kim, J Moon, JY Kang, Y Jang
Journal of Ecology and Environment 39 (1), 11-16, 2016
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