John Morgan Ratcliffe

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Bats, acoustic communication, insects
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Mayberry HW, Faure PA, Ratcliffe JM. (2019) Sonar strobe groups and buzzes are produced before powered flight is achieved in the juvenile big brown bat, . The Journal of Experimental Biology
Gordon R, Ivens S, Ammerman LK, et al. (2019) Molecular diet analysis finds an insectivorous desert bat community dominated by resource sharing despite diverse echolocation and foraging strategies. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 3117-3129
Vrtilek JK, Carter GG, Patriquin KJ, et al. (2018) A method for rapid testing of social learning in vampire bats. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 172483
Carter GG, Forss S, Page RA, et al. (2018) Younger vampire bats (Desmodus rotundus) are more likely than adults to explore novel objects. Plos One. 13: e0196889
Thiagavel J, Cechetto C, Santana SE, et al. (2018) Auditory opportunity and visual constraint enabled the evolution of echolocation in bats. Nature Communications. 9: 98
Fenton MB, Ratcliffe JM. (2017) Sensory biology: Bats united by cochlear development. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 1: 46
Brinkløv S, Elemans CPH, Ratcliffe JM. (2017) Oilbirds produce echolocation signals beyond their best hearing range and adjust signal design to natural light conditions. Royal Society Open Science. 4: 170255
Ter Hofstede HM, Ratcliffe JM. (2016) Evolutionary escalation: the bat-moth arms race. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 1589-602
Hulgard K, Ratcliffe JM. (2016) Sonar sound groups and increased terminal buzz duration reflect task complexity in hunting bats. Scientific Reports. 6: 21500
Fawcett K, Jacobs DS, Surlykke A, et al. (2015) Echolocation in the bat, Rhinolophus capensis: the influence of clutter, conspecifics and prey on call design and intensity. Biology Open. 4: 693-701
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