Changku Kang
Changku Kang
Mokpo National University üzerinde doğrulanmış e-posta adresine sahip - Ana Sayfa
Alıntı yapanlar
Alıntı yapanlar
Camouflage through an active choice of a resting spot and body orientation in moths
CK Kang, JY Moon, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (9), 1695-1702, 2012
Camouflage through behavior in moths: the role of background matching and disruptive coloration
C Kang, M Stevens, J Moon, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Behavioral Ecology 26 (1), 45-54, 2015
Colour and pattern change against visually heterogeneous backgrounds in the tree frog Hyla japonica
C Kang, YE Kim, Y Jang
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-12, 2016
Body size affects the evolution of hidden colour signals in moths
C Kang, R Zahiri, TN Sherratt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1861), 20171287, 2017
Multiple lines of anti-predator defence in the spotted lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae)
C Kang, H Moon, TN Sherratt, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120 (1), 115-124, 2017
Effect of sex and bright coloration on survival and predator‐induced wing damage in an aposematic lantern fly with startle display
Ecological Entomology 36 (6), 709-716, 2011
Post-attack aposematic display in prey facilitates predator avoidance learning
C Kang, HJ Cho, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 35, 2016
Moths on tree trunks seek out more cryptic positions when their current crypticity is low
CK Kang, JY Moon, PG Jablonski
Animal Behaviour 86 (3), 587-594, 2013
Warning signals confer advantage to prey in competition with predators: bumblebees steal nests from insectivorous birds
PG Jablonski, HJ Cho, SR Song, CK Kang
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (8), 1259-1267, 2013
Flash behavior increases prey survival
K Loeffler-Henry, C Kang, Y Yip, T Caro, TN Sherratt
Behavioral Ecology 29 (3), 528-533, 2018
Consistent associations between body size and hidden contrasting color signals across a range of insect taxa
K Loeffler-Henry, C Kang, TN Sherratt
The American Naturalist 194 (1), 28-37, 2019
Are tropical butterflies more colorful?
JM Adams, C Kang, M June-Wells
Ecological research 29 (4), 685-691, 2014
Cryptically patterned moths perceive bark structure when choosing body orientations that match wing color pattern to the bark pattern
C Kang, J Moon, PG Jablonski
PLoS One 8 (10), e78117, 2013
How size and conspicuousness affect the efficacy of flash coloration
S Bae, D Kim, TN Sherratt, T Caro, C Kang
Behavioral Ecology 30 (3), 697-702, 2019
Differential predation drives the geographical divergence in multiple traits in aposematic frogs
C Kang, TN Sherratt, YE Kim, Y Shin, J Moon, U Song, JY Kang, K Kim, ...
Behavioral ecology 28 (4), 1122-1130, 2017
Insects perceive local sex ratio in the absence of tactile or visual sex-specific cues
CS Han, CK Kang, HS Shin, JH Lee, MR Bae, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 66 (9), 1285-1290, 2012
Moths use multimodal sensory information to adopt adaptive resting orientations
C Kang, JY Moon, SI Lee, PG Jablonski
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111 (4), 900-904, 2014
Mowing: A cause of invasion, but also a potential solution for management of the invasive, alien plant species Erigeron annuus (L.) Pers
U Song, D Son, C Kang, EJ Lee, K Lee, JS Park
Journal of environmental management 223, 530-536, 2018
The incidence of abnormalities in the fire-bellied toad, Bombina orientalis, in relation to nearby human activity
C Kang, Y Shin, YE Kim, J Moon, JY Kang, Y Jang
Journal of Ecology and Environment 39 (1), 11-16, 2016
Prey with hidden colour defences benefit from their similarity to aposematic signals
Y Kim, Y Hwang, S Bae, TN Sherratt, J An, SW Choi, JC Miller, C Kang
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1934), 20201894, 2020
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