Samantha López Clinton


Bioinformatics and genetics PhD student

Polymorphic colour vision and behaviour: the use of sight, smell and taste in two species of free-ranging tamarins in southeastern Peru


Journal article


M Watsa, S López Clinton, R Chen, A Melin, G Erkenswick
(In prep)

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APA
Watsa, M., López Clinton, S., Chen, R., Melin, A., & Erkenswick, G. Polymorphic colour vision and behaviour: the use of sight, smell and taste in two species of free-ranging tamarins in southeastern Peru. (In Prep).

Chicago/Turabian
Watsa, M, S López Clinton, R Chen, A Melin, and G Erkenswick. “Polymorphic Colour Vision and Behaviour: the Use of Sight, Smell and Taste in Two Species of Free-Ranging Tamarins in Southeastern Peru.” (In prep) (n.d.).

MLA
Watsa, M., et al. “Polymorphic Colour Vision and Behaviour: the Use of Sight, Smell and Taste in Two Species of Free-Ranging Tamarins in Southeastern Peru.” (In Prep).


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