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A Rainfall-based, Sequential Depression-filling Algorithm and Applications on a Watershed in Northeastern Indiana, USA

10.4231/S2B6-J628

Dennis Buckmaster, Samuel Adam Noel, 0000-0001-8387-2725

10/30/2020

Contents include script files for a sequential depression-filling algorithm developed in Matlab as well as elevation datasets used in a manuscript publication.

Agricultural and Biological Engineering Elevation Matlab Watershed

Dry Matter Intake and Beta-Hydroxybutyrate Response in a GTT in Phase Shifted Dairy Cows

10.4231/WJYX-B949

Aridany Suarez Trujillo, 0000-0002-9343-5016, Conor John Mccabe, Jacquelyn P Boerman, Theresa M. Casey, 0000-0002-8835-3550

12/10/2020

Circadian disruptions in dairy cattle did not affect BHB concentrations in response to an IVGTT at 14 days before expected calving and 7 days in milk. Additionally, there was no effect of disruptions on dry matter intake

Animal Sciences Circadian Rhythm Glucose Tolerance Test Periparturient Dairy Cows

Seasonal variation in abundance and diversity of eavesdropping frog‐biting midges (Diptera, Corethrellidae) in a neotropical rainforest

10.4231/E00F-VE65

Henry D Legett, 0000-0001-9005-8641, Viktor Baranov, Ximena E Bernal, 0000-0001-6155-5980

04/28/2021

We investigated the seasonal interaction among a specialized eavesdropping, frog-biting midges (Corethrella spp.), and their anuran hosts. Overall abundance of midges decreased in the dry season with little differences in abundance of species.

acoustic communication biological sciences eavesdroppers Engystomops pustulosus frog-biting midges phenology Smilisca sila tropical seasonality

Synchronized mating signals in a communication network: the challenge of avoiding predators while attracting mates

10.4231/SKRQ-CN44

Henry Legett, Rachel A Page, Ximena E Bernal, 0000-0001-6155-5980

03/04/2021

We investigate how signal synchronization is shaped by natural and sexual selection in two frog species. Our results show that synchronization reduces exposure to eavesdroppers and relaxed selection by females is likely important.

acoustic communication biological sciences communi eavesdroppers relaxed selection synchrony

Prey exploits the auditory illusions of eavesdropping predators

10.4231/TYHF-XJ20

Claire T Hemingway, Henry D Legett, 0000-0001-9005-8641, Ximena E Bernal, 0000-0001-6155-5980

03/04/2021

We show that male tree frogs reduce their attractiveness to eavesdropping enemies (bats and midges) by overlapping their calls at near-perfect synchrony with the calls of neighboring conspecifics taking advantage of an auditory illusion.

animal communication biological sciences communication network eavesdroppers illusion sensory exploitation synchrony

Traffic noise differentially impacts call types in a Japanese treefrog (Buergeria japonica)

10.4231/1GSD-PZ56

Henry Legett, Ikkyu Aihara, Ryan P. Madden, Ximena E Bernal, 0000-0001-6155-5980

03/04/2021

We investigated how the different call types of a Japanese stream breeding treefrog are affected by automobile traffic noise. This noise affected signal types in different ways suggesting some social functions will be disrupted more than others.

acoustic communication anthropogenic noise biological sciences Buergeria japonica frogs Noise noise pollution road effects

Anuran predators overcome visual illusion: dazzle coloration does not protect moving prey

10.4231/KZT5-7E19

Geena M Darnell, Sara Zlotnik, 0000-0001-5750-8639, Ximena E Bernal, 0000-0001-6155-5980

04/06/2021

Complex color patterns can decrease capture of moving prey (motion dazzle effect). We found no support for the motion dazzle effect as striped crickets did not fare better than solid colored ones crickets that moved more were more likely to be eaten.

antipredator biological sciences camouflage cane toads coloration motion dazzle

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