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Two further cases of mimicry, flies resembling a wasp in the one and a bee in the other. A case of mimicry where a non-venomous snake resembles a venomous one

Romanes, George John, 1848-1894. Darwinism illustrated - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2009.

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Image of facing pages (p. 84-85) from Darwinism illustrated : wood-engravings explanatory of the theory of evolution / selected and drawn under the direction of Prof. George J. Romanes. Chicago : Open Court Pub. Co., 1892. Page 84 shows illustration of flies mimicking a wasp and a bee. Page 85 shows illustration of two snakes with similar pigmentation, a non-venomous snake (Erythrolamprus Venustissimus) and a venomous one, (Elaps Fulvius).

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<p>Image of facing pages (p. 84-85) from Darwinism illustrated : wood-engravings explanatory of the theory of evolution / selected and drawn under the direction of Prof. George J. Romanes. Chicago : Open Court Pub. Co., 1892. Page 84 shows illustration of flies mimicking a wasp and a bee. Page 85 shows illustration of two snakes with similar pigmentation, a non-venomous snake (Erythrolamprus Venustissimus) and a venomous one, (Elaps Fulvius).</p>
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Two further cases of mimicry, flies resembling a wasp in the one and a bee in the other. A case of mimicry where a non-venomous snake resembles a venomous one

Romanes, George John, 1848-1894. Darwinism illustrated - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2009.

<p>Image of facing pages (p. 84-85) from Darwinism illustrated : wood-engravings explanatory of the theory of evolution / selected and drawn under the direction of Prof. George J. Romanes. Chicago : Open Court Pub. Co., 1892. Page 84 shows illustration of flies mimicking a wasp and a bee. Page 85 shows illustration of two snakes with similar pigmentation, a non-venomous snake (Erythrolamprus Venustissimus) and a venomous one, (Elaps Fulvius).</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 online resource (1 image)

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Image of facing pages (p. 84-85) from Darwinism illustrated : wood-engravings explanatory of the theory of evolution / selected and drawn under the direction of Prof. George J. Romanes. Chicago : Open Court Pub. Co., 1892. Page 84 shows illustration of flies mimicking a wasp and a bee. Page 85 shows illustration of two snakes with similar pigmentation, a non-venomous snake (Erythrolamprus Venustissimus) and a venomous one, (Elaps Fulvius).

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