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Russ, A., Reitemeier, S., Weissmann, A., Gottschalk, J., Einspanier, A., & Klenke, R. (2015). Seasonal and urban effects on the endocrinology of a wild passerine. Ecol Evol, 5(23), 5698–5710.
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Straka, T. M., Lentini, P. E., Lumsden, L. F., Wintle, B. A., & van der Ree, R. (2016). Urban bat communities are affected by wetland size, quality, and pollution levels. Ecol Evol, 6(14), 4761–4774.
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Straka, T. M., Wolf, M., Gras, P., Buchholz, S., & Voigt, C. C. (2019). Tree Cover Mediates the Effect of Artificial Light on Urban Bats. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 7, 91.
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van Geffen, K. G., van Grunsven, R. H. A., van Ruijven, J., Berendse, F., & Veenendaal, E. M. (2014). Artificial light at night causes diapause inhibition and sex-specific life history changes in a moth. Ecol Evol, 4(11), 2082–2089.
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Voigt, C. C., Rehnig, K., Lindecke, O., & Petersons, G. (2018). Migratory bats are attracted by red light but not by warm-white light: Implications for the protection of nocturnal migrants. Ecol Evol, 8(18), 9353–9361.
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