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Coloration of flowers by flavonoids and consequences of pH dependent absorption

Evolution of insect color vision: From spectral sensitivity to visual ecology

Biophotonics of diversely coloured peacock tail feathers

Bogong Moths Are Well Camouflaged by Effectively Decolourized Wing Scales

Conical epidermal cells cause velvety colouration and enhanced patterning in Mandevilla flowers

Highly different flavonol content explains geographic variations in the UV reflecting properties of flowers of the corn poppy, Papaver rhoeas (Papaveraceae)

Sexual dichromatism of the Blue-throated Starfrontlet, Coeligena helianthea, hummingbird plumage

Ultra-dense, curved, grating optics determines peacock spider coloration

GRACE Project: model-based control of a nonlinear actuator

Measuring the refractive index dispersion of (un)pigmented biological tissues by Jamin-Lebedeff interference microscopy

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How poppy flowers get those vibrant colours that entice insects

Sophisticated optical secrets revealed in glossy buttercup flowers