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Unformatted text preview: predation where prey is not immediately (or ever) killed There are parasitic plants as well as animals Defenses of Prey (partial list) Run away Hide (Camouflage) Be painful to eat (quills, thorns) Taste awful Warning Coloration/Mimicry Prey that taste bad or are poisonous typically have bright colors Predators learn to stay away Other species can mimic 3/10/11 3 A moth mimics wasp colors Mutualism Two species both benefit from an interaction In this example, the shrimp is blind but good at digging a hole Commensalism One species benefits, other is unaffected Example: birds nesting in trees Coevolution Two or more species evolve interdependently Example: pollinators and flowers...
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