TAXONOMY

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CONCEPT 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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BROADER TERMS

  • Mimicry

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    2 dcterms:modified 2017-10-09T07:40:10+00:00
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    6 skos:Concept
    7 rdfs:label Mullerian mimicry
    8 skos:broader subjects:mimicry
    9 skos:closeMatch dbpedia:Mullerian_mimicry
    10 skos:definition 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.
    11 skos:hiddenLabel mullerian-mimicry
    12 skos:historyNote [skos:definition - 2014.01.21] Müllerian mimicry is a natural phenomenon when two or more poisonous species, that may or may not be closely related and share one or more common predators, have come to mimic each other's warning signals.
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    14 skos:notation mullerian-mimicry
    15 skos:prefLabel Mullerian mimicry
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