John Ratcliffe
John Ratcliffe
Canada Research Chair in Neuroethology, Dept Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
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TitleCited byYear
Cognitive Ecology II
R Dukas, JM Ratcliffe
University of Chicago Press, 2009
441*2009
Behavioural flexibility: the little brown bat, Myotis lucifugus, and the northern long-eared bat, M. septentrionalis, both glean and hawk prey
JM Ratcliffe, JW Dawson
Animal Behaviour 66, 847-856, 2003
1292003
Behavioral flexibility positively correlated with relative brain volume in predatory bats
JM Ratcliffe, MB Fenton, SJ Shettleworth
Brain, Behavior and Evolution 67, 165-176, 2006
872006
Convergent acoustic field of view in echolocating bats
L Jakobsen, JM Ratcliffe, A Surlykke
Nature 493, 93-96, 2013
802013
Multimodal warning signals for a multiple predator world
JM Ratcliffe, ML Nydam
Nature 455, 96-99, 2008
802008
Evolution of high duty cycle echolocation in bats
MB Fenton, PA Faure, JM Ratcliffe
Journal of Experimental Biology 215, 2935-2944, 2012
792012
Superfast muscles set maximum call rate in echolocating bats
CPH Elemans, AF Mead, L Jakobsen, JM Ratcliffe
Science 333, 1885-1888, 2011
752011
Introduction
R Dukas, JM Ratcliffe
Cognitive Ecology II, 1-4, 2009
75*2009
Conspecifics influence call design in the Brazilian free-tailed bat, Tadarida brasiliensis
JM Ratcliffe, HM Hofstede, R Avila-Flores, MB Fenton, GF McCracken, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 82, 966-971, 2004
702004
Roosts as information centres: social learning of food preferences in bats
JM Ratcliffe, HM Ter Hofstede
Biology Letters 1, 72-74, 2005
692005
The bat fauna of Lamanai, Belize: roosts and trophic roles
MB Fenton, E Bernard, S Bouchard, L Hollis, DS Johnston, CL Lausen, ...
Journal of Tropical Ecology 17, 511-524, 2001
672001
The adaptive function of tiger moth clicks against echolocating bats: an experimental and synthetic approach
JM Ratcliffe, JH Fullard
Journal of Experimental Biology 208, 4689-4698, 2005
632005
Echolocation call intensity and directionality in flying short-tailed fruit bats, Carollia perspicillata (Phyllostomidae)
S Brinklřv, L Jakobsen, JM Ratcliffe, EKV Kalko, A Surlykke
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 129, 427-435, 2011
582011
An exception to the rule: common vampire bats do not learn taste aversions
JM Ratcliffe, MB Fenton, BG Galef
Animal Behaviour 65, 385-389, 2003
522003
How the bat got its buzz
JM Ratcliffe, CPH Elemans, L Jakobsen, A Surlykke
Biology Letters 9, 20121031, 2013
492013
Hunting in unfamiliar space: echolocation in the Indian false vampire bat, Megaderma lyra, when gleaning prey
JM Ratcliffe, H Raghuram, G Marimuthu, JH Fullard, MB Fenton
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58, 157-164, 2005
452005
Beware of bats, beware of birds: the auditory responses of eared moths to bat and bird predation
DS Jacobs, JM Ratcliffe, JH Fullard
Behavioral Ecology 19, 1333-1342, 2008
412008
Neural evolution in the bat-free habitat of Tahiti: partial regression in an anti-predator auditory system
JH Fullard, JM Ratcliffe, HM ter Hofstede
Biology Letters 3, 26-28, 2007
412007
Data, sample sizes and statistics affect the recognition of species of bats by their echolocation calls
S Biscardi, J Orprecio, A Tsoar, JM Ratcliffe
Acta Chiropterologica 6, 347-363, 2004
402004
Range-dependent flexibility in the acoustic field of view of echolocating porpoises (Phocoena phocoena)
DM Wisniewska, JM Ratcliffe, K Beedholm, CB Christensen, M Johnson, ...
eLife, e05651, 2015
342015
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