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1. CLANCY, UV The Invisible Factor. Petersen's Bowhunting. August 1990 pp 46-50.

2. GOOCH, BOB. Blaze in the Woods. OUTDOOR LIFE November 1992 pp 90-102.

3. MANDILE, TONY. Now they see you...Now they don't. OUTDOOR LIFE July 1990 pp 81-90.

4. Charles J. Alsheimer The Role of Color Vision in Whitetails. Deer & Deer Hunting December 1999 pp 20-28

5. ROBB, BOB The Question of COLOR. Whitetail Journal October 2000 pp 53-56

6. The Behavioral Test to Examine the Evolution of Color Vision in Vertebrates Link


7. https://www.vri.cz/docs/vetmed/54-8-351.pdf

8. How Birds Keep Secrets in Color, By Nick Atkinson(nwa@entangled.org) | April 27, 2005 From the-scientist.com: Direct Link:http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/23332/title/How-birds-keep-secrets-in-color/




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