Brett Seymoure
Brett Seymoure
Colorado State University: National Park Service
Verified email at asu.edu
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Dynamic color communication
P Hutton, BM Seymoure, KJ McGraw, RA Ligon, RK Simpson
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 6, 41-49, 2015
302015
Diversity in warning coloration: selective paradox or the norm?
ES Briolat, ER Burdfield‐Steel, SC Paul, KH Rönkä, BM Seymoure, ...
Biological Reviews 94 (2), 388-414, 2019
262019
A bird's eye view of two mimetic tropical butterflies: coloration matches predator's sensitivity
TJ Thurman, BM Seymoure
Journal of Zoology 298 (3), 159-168, 2016
202016
Flight morphology, compound eye structure and dispersal in the bog and the cranberry fritillary butterflies: an inter-and intraspecific comparison
C Turlure, N Schtickzelle, H Van Dyck, B Seymoure, R Rutowski
PLoS One 11 (6), e0158073, 2016
192016
Keeping the band together: evidence for false boundary disruptive coloration in a butterfly
BM Seymoure, A Aiello
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (9), 1618-1624, 2015
172015
Mimicry's palette: widespread use of conserved pigments in the aposematic signals of snakes
DW Kikuchi, BM Seymoure, DW Pfennig
Evolution & Development 16 (2), 61-67, 2014
142014
Light at night disrupts nocturnal rest and elevates glucocorticoids at cool color temperatures
VJ Alaasam, R Duncan, S Casagrande, S Davies, A Sidher, B Seymoure, ...
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative …, 2018
122018
Light pollution is a driver of insect declines
ACS Owens, P Cochard, J Durrant, B Farnworth, EK Perkin, B Seymoure
Biological Conservation 241, 108259, 2020
112020
Mate detection in a territorial butterfly—the effect of background and luminance contrast
M Bergman, N Lessios, BM Seymoure, RL Rutowski
Behavioral Ecology 26 (3), 851-860, 2015
82015
Environment-dependent attack rates of cryptic and aposematic butterflies
BM Seymoure, A Raymundo, KJ McGraw, W Owen McMillan, ...
Current zoology 64 (5), 663-669, 2018
62018
Enlightening butterfly conservation efforts: The importance of natural lighting for butterfly behavioral ecology and conservation
BM Seymoure
Insects 9 (1), 22, 2018
62018
Heliconius In A New Light: The Effects of Light Environments on Mimetic Coloration, Behavior, and Visual Systems
BM Seymoure
Arizona State University, 2016
52016
Peripheral eye dimensions in Longwing (Heliconius) butterflies vary with body size and sex but not light environment nor mimicry ring
BM Seymoure, WO McMillan, RL Rutowski
The Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 48, 2015
52015
Why conservation biology can benefit from sensory ecology
DM Dominoni, W Halfwerk, E Baird, RT Buxton, E Fernández-Juricic, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1-10, 2020
42020
Cool bands: wing bands decrease rate of heating, but not equilibrium temperature in Anartia fatima
J Brashears, A Aiello, BM Seymoure
Journal of thermal biology 56, 100-108, 2016
42016
Anthropogenic light disrupts natural light cycles in critical conservation areas
B Seymoure, R Buxton, J White, C Linares, K Fristrup, K Crooks, ...
Available at SSRN 3439670, 2019
22019
Connecting spectral radiometry of anthropogenic light sources to the visual ecology of organisms
BM Seymoure, C Linares, J White
Journal of Zoology, 2019
22019
Our watery world: Teaching middle school students about biodiversity
B Seymoure, K Moeller, J Borchert, A Stahlschmidt, T Ganesh, A Webber
Science Scope 36 (8), 72, 2013
12013
Species and sex differences in eye morphometry and visual responsivity of two crepuscular sweat bee species (Megalopta spp., Hymenoptera: Halictidae)
BM Jones, BM Seymoure, TJ Comi, ER Loew
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2020
2020
The relationship between anthropogenic light and noise in U.S. national parks.
MFMKGW Rachel T. Buxton, Brett M. Seymoure, Jeremy White, Lisa M. Angeloni ...
Landscape Ecology, 2020
2020
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