Mullerian mimicry


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Concept Info

NAME

Mullerian mimicry

DESCRIPTION

Mullerian mimicry is a phenomenon in which two or more harmful species have evolved to become phenotypically similar. This increases their protection from potential predators whose learned avoidance behaviour will be more strongly reinforced.

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