Mimicry In Lepidoptera Riker Mount

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470028-082
Mimicry In Lepidoptera Riker Mount
Specimens Preserved Specimens Display Specimens
Teach students they can’t believe everything they see.

Using two species of butterflies, this display illustrates how one organism adopts, or mimics, the appearance of another organism that is harmful or distasteful in order to be ignored by predators. Species of lepidoptera may vary; the Monarch and Viceroy, pictured, are the most commonly used examples.



   
 

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