When a harmless species mimics a dangerous species to confuse them so they are not harmed. Symmetric: A speciation in which new species evolve from a single ancestral species while inhabiting the same geographic region. Aliphatic: Occurring in separate, impoverishing geographic areas 4. Organism- Reptile Genus- Incurs Species- fulfils Common Names- Coral Snake Organism- Reptile Genus- Lampposts Species- triangular ellipsoids Common Names- Sneaking 5.
That Batteries mimicry is only effective if predators have experience with dangerous species. 6. Cylinders of procedure, non-toxic plasticize threaded onto an S-shaped wire 7. Ten at each site. Ringed, striped, and brown. 8. 10 symmetric and 8 aliphatic in North and South Carolina. 14 symmetric and 10 aliphatic in Arizona. 9. Figure la: X-axis is latitude and y-axis is the proportion of total attacks on ringed replicas, the dependent variable is the y-axis. Figure 1 b: X-axis is Elevation and the y-axis is predators that prefer ringed and predators that avoid ringed. 10.
As latitude and elevation increase the absence of the coral snakes also increases. 11. A) Lower B) Lower 12. A) No different B) No different 13. Where Coral Snakes are absent 14. Yes 15. No 16. B 17. Where Coral Snakes are absent 18. Yes 19. No 20. B 21 . Experimental Study 22. Field Study Paint the same colors in a non-ringed pattern 24. Less ringed replicas would be attacked, because the milk snakes would become more of a prey 25. You could do a lab experiment on the snake attacks and change what the models look like. Such as ring size or color combination to see what they attack more or less.