Browsing by Subject "Mimicry (Biology)"
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(2006-05)In aposematism, defended prey advertise their aversive qualities to predators using a warning signal. Predators that have learned the warning signal are thus the selective agent that can promote similarity in warning ...
Sexual behavior, intraspecific signaling and the evolution of mimicry among closely related species (2009-05)Mimicry, an adaptation to deceive, fascinated early naturalist and has been proof of evolution by natural selection since proposed by Henry W. Bates 150 years ago. Yet, despite the abundant theoretical and empirical work ...