Lecture 40 - BioNB 221, Lecture 40: Aggressive Mimicry...

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BioNB 221, Lecture 40: Aggressive Mimicry & Sensory Exploitation 3 December 2008 Robert Raguso, Dept. of NBB Cornell University
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Bates, Müller and Butterfly Mimicry Bates, Müller and Butterfly Mimicry Bates, Müller and Butterfly Mimicry Aggressive Mimicry & Code Breakers Deceptive Pollination Deceptive Pollination Deceptive Pollination
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Vertically Stratified Mimicry Rings Consul fabius butterflies are Batesian mimics dorsally and cryptic ventrally!
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Vertically Stratified Mimicry Rings Operator Henry Walter Bates Sbordoni & Forestiero 1984
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melias2008@gmail.com www.dkimages.com John@JTButterflies.com How do butterflies become chemically defended? Adult Acquisition Larval Sequestration
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Tradeoffs of Mimicry: Mate recognition requires Communication in other Sensory channels Pheromones in Queens
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Biomass Allocation & Life History Payoffs for Models & Mimics Chai & Srygley, from Alcock
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Marden & Chai 1991 Am. Nat. 138: 15-36 Flight Muscle Ratio Allocation to eggs (fecundity) instead of flight muscle (survivorship)
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Sex-limited Batesian mimicry by female Swallowtail Butterflies… …In Africa ( Papilio dardanus ) Models Mimics …In Asia ( Papilio memnon ) Models Mimics Bernard D’Abrera
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H. erato H. melpomene Model Co-Model Fritz Müller Operator
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Distribution of Heliconius melpomene wing patterns © Chris Jiggins.
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Joron, M. 2006. Heredity 97:157-167 Repeated Evolution of the Same Color Patterns at Multiple Phylogenetic Levels
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P. dichrous
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Lecture 40 - BioNB 221, Lecture 40: Aggressive Mimicry...

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