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Ash Card

Ash Card
Ash Card operates TourTheTropics.com and has also published research in the Journal of Behavioral Ecology and the 'Australian Journal of Zoology'.

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If it Looks Like an Ant and Smells Like an Ant... Batesian Mimicry in the Amazon Jungle

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 11, 2017 7:45:00 AM / by Ash Card posted in Insects, Amazon, amazon wildlife, ants

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Over 150 years ago, in the steamy jungle of the Amazon Rainforest, the explorer and naturalist Henry Walter Bates was watching two different butterflies fly side-by-side. He had discovered that one was poisonous, which would make any predator sick if it was eaten. He also knew that the other lacked any poison defense.

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