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Cedric P. van den Berg
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Quantitative Colour Pattern Analysis (QCPA): A comprehensive framework for the analysis of colour patterns in nature
CP van den Berg, J Troscianko, JA Endler, NJ Marshall
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11 (2), 316-332, 2020
1482020
Toxicity and taste: unequal chemical defences in a mimicry ring
AE Winters, NG Wilson, CP van den Berg, MJ How, JA Endler, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1880), 20180457, 2018
402018
Pattern edges improve predator learning of aposematic signals
NF Green, HH Urquhart, CP van den Berg, NJ Marshall, KL Cheney
Behavioral Ecology 29 (6), 1481-1486, 2018
212018
More than noise: context-dependent luminance contrast discrimination in a coral reef fish (Rhinecanthus aculeatus)
CP van den Berg, M Hollenkamp, LJ Mitchell, EJ Watson, NF Green, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (21), jeb232090, 2020
192020
The Validity of Brine Shrimp (Artemia Sp.) Toxicity Assays to Assess the Ecological Function of Marine Natural Products
W Chan, AEP Shaughnessy, CP van den Berg, MJ Garson, KL Cheney
Journal of Chemical Ecology 47 (10), 834-846, 2021
182021
Weapons or deterrents? Nudibranch molluscs use distinct ecological modes of chemical defence against predators
AE Winters, W Chan, AM White, CP van den Berg, MJ Garson, KL Cheney
Journal of Animal Ecology 91 (4), 831-844, 2022
142022
Intertidal gobies acclimate rate of luminance change for background matching with shifts in seasonal temperature
CRB da Silva, CP van den Berg, ND Condon, C Riginos, RS Wilson, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (7), 1735-1746, 2020
92020
Seeing Picasso: an investigation into the visual system of the triggerfish Rhinecanthus aculeatus
KL Cheney, J Hudson, F de Busserolles, M Luehrmann, A Shaughnessy, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 225 (7), jeb243907, 2022
82022
Using colour pattern edge contrast statistics to predict detection speed and success in triggerfish (Rhinecanthus aculeatus)
CP van den Berg, JA Endler, DEJ Papinczak, KL Cheney
Journal of Experimental Biology 225 (23), jeb244677, 2022
52022
Conservation value of a subtropical reef in south-eastern Queensland, Australia, highlighted by citizen-science efforts
MGG Grol, J Vercelloni, TM Kenyon, E Bayraktarov, CP Van Den Berg, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 72 (1), 1-13, 2020
52020
Signal detectability and boldness are not the same: the function of defensive coloration in nudibranchs is distance-dependent
CP van den Berg, JA Endler, KL Cheney
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290 (2003), 20231160, 2023
42023
Ecological assessment of the flora and fauna of Flinders Reef, north Moreton Island, Queensland
C Roelfsema, E Bayraktarov, C van den Berg, S Breeze, M Grol, T Kenyon, ...
PANGAEA, 2018
42018
How to generate and test hypotheses about colour: insights from half a century of guppy research
DJ Kemp, DN Reznick, J Arendt, CP van den Berg, JA Endler
Authorea, 2023
32023
Colour pattern edge contrast statistics can predict detection speed and success at ecologically relevant viewing distances in triggerfish (Rhinecanthus aculeatus)
CP van den Berg, JA Endler, DEJ Papinczak, KL Cheney
bioRxiv, 2022.06. 16.496397, 2022
22022
Investigating Defensive Colouration in Nudibranch Molluscs using a Novel Analytical Framework for the Study of Animal Colour Patterns
C van den Berg
22020
Automated workflows using Quantitative Colour Pattern Analysis (QCPA): A guide to batch processing and downstream data analysis
CP van den Berg, ND Condon, C Conradsen, TE White, KL Cheney
Evolutionary Ecology, 1-11, 2024
12024
Highly defended nudibranchs ‘escape’ to visually distinct background habitats
CP van den Berg, JA Endler, KL Cheney
bioRxiv, 2022.12. 13.520332, 2022
1*2022
Data from: Weapons or deterrents? Nudibranch molluscs use distinct ecological modes of chemical defence against predators
AE Winters, W Chan, AM White, C van den Berg, MJ Garson, KL Cheney
The University of Queensland, 2021
12021
Data for 'Diel Activity Correlates with Colour Pattern Morphology of Heterobranch Sea Slugs'
CP van den Berg, G Hassler, S Blomberg, NG Wilson, MA Suchard, ...
The University of Queensland, 2024
2024
Chemical defences indicate distinct colour patterns with reduced variability in aposematic nudibranchs
CP van den Berg, M Santon, JA Endler, L Drummond, BR Dawson, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.01. 30.525844, 2023
2023
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