Illustrations in peer-reviewed scientific papers

Figure 1 in: Bolgan M.- Soulard J., Di Iorio L., Gervaise C., Lejeune P., Gobert S., Parmentier E. (2019). The sea chordophones make the mysterious /Kwa/: emitter identification of the dominating fish sound in Mediterranean seagrass meadows. Journal of Experimental Biology 222(11), jeb196931

Figure 2 in: Amorim M.C.P., Pedroso S.S., Bolgan M., Jordão J.M,  Caiano M. &  Fonseca P.J. (2012). Painted gobies sing their quality out loud: acoustic rather than visual signals advertise male quality and contribute to mating success. Functional Ecology 27(2): 289-298

Amorim et al. - 2013 - Painted gobies sing their quality out loud Acoustic rather than visual signals advertise male quality and contrib-4

Figure 1 in: Vasconcelos R.O., Carriço R., Ramos A., Modesto T., Fonseca P.J. & Amorim, M.C.P. (2012). Vocal behavior predicts reproductive success in a teleost fish. Behavioral Ecology 23(2): 375-383.

Vasconcelos-Carriço-Ramos-Modesto-Fonseca-Amorim-2011-Vocal behavior predicts reproductive success in a teleost fish-Behavioral Ecology23(2) 375-383

Figure 10.1 in: Lusher A. (2015). Microplastics in the marine environment: distribution, interactions and effects. In: Marine anthropogenic litter. Springer International Publishing, pp. 245-307.

LusherA-2015-Microplastics in the marine environment distribution interactions and effects-In Marine anthropogenic litter-Springer