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Behaviour, ISSN 0005-7959, 2013, Volume 150, Issue 3-4, pp. 321 - 336
Warning colouration functions to deter predators from attacking unprofitable (e.g., unpalatable or toxic) prey items. While warning colours are often... 
DOMESTIC CHICKS | BATTUS-PHILENOR | RECEIVER PSYCHOLOGY | PREDATORS | aposematism | PIPEVINE SWALLOWTAIL | Battus philenor | PREY | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | PATTERN | iridescent colouration | COLORATION | warning colouration | BUTTERFLIES | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | multicomponent signal
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Current biology, ISSN 0960-9822, 2014, Volume 24, Issue 9, pp. 965 - 969
The theory of mimicry explains how a mimic species gains advantage by resembling a model species [1–3]. Selection for increased mimic-model similarity should... 
DOMESTIC CHICKS | EVOLUTION | PATTERN | COLOR | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | BATTUS-PHILENOR | BUTTERFLIES | MODEL | CELL BIOLOGY | Predatory Behavior - physiology | Animals | Passeriformes - physiology | Models, Biological | Skin Pigmentation | Adaptation, Physiological - physiology | Pattern Recognition, Visual | Imitative Behavior - physiology | Stimulus salience | Analysis
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Ecological Entomology, ISSN 0307-6946, 10/2013, Volume 38, Issue 5, pp. 535 - 538
1. Many toxic butterflies lay eggs in clusters and their eggs are aposematically coloured to warn predators. The pipevine swallowtail, Battus philenor (L.)... 
Aristolochic acid | Egg predation | Clutch size | Battus philenor | clutch size | egg predation | GREGARIOUSNESS | SIZE | PIPEVINE SWALLOWTAIL | ENTOMOLOGY | HOST-PLANT | DEFENSES | EVOLUTION | CALIFORNIA | INSECTS | ARISTOLOCHIC ACIDS | Health aspects | Butterflies | Eggs | Butterflies & moths | Animal behavior
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Animal behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 2003, Volume 65, Issue 3, pp. 425 - 434
Here we examine the ability of butterflies to learn colour cues in two different behavioural contexts, nectar foraging and oviposition, more or less... 
PIERIS-RAPAE | ZOOLOGY | VISION | BUMBLE BEES | PREFERENCES | BATTUS-PHILENOR | HOST | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | PIPEVINE SWALLOWTAIL | SPECIA