Mimicry


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Concept Info

NAME

Mimicry

DESCRIPTION

Mimicry is the resemblance of one organism to another, usually as the result of evolution in response to a selective advantage. Mimicry can involve physical or behavioural traits, and well-studied examples are Batesian and Mullerian mimicry.

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