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Bailey, L.A.; Brigham, R.M.; Bohn, S.J.; Boyles, J.G.; Smit, B. An experimental test of the allotonic frequency hypothesis to isolate the effects of light pollution on bat prey selection 2019 Oecologia 190 367–374 details   doi
Haddock, J., K., Threlfall, C. G., Law, B., & Hochuli, D. F. Responses of insectivorous bats and nocturnal insects to local changes in street light technology 2019 Austral Ecology 44 1052-1064 details   doi
Lacoeuilhe, A.; Machon, N.; Julien, J.-F.; Le Bocq, A.; Kerbiriou, C. The influence of low intensities of light pollution on bat communities in a semi-natural context 2014 PloS one 9 e103042 details   doi
Lewanzik, D.; Voigt, C.C.; Minderman, J. Transition from conventional to light-emitting diode street lighting changes activity of urban bats 2016 Journal of Applied Ecology 54 264-271 details   doi
Lewanzik, D.; Voigt, C.C.; Pocock, M. Artificial light puts ecosystem services of frugivorous bats at risk 2014 Journal of Applied Ecology 51 388-394 details   doi
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