define mullerian mimicry

Mullerian mimicry | biology | Britannica.com The most famous examples of mimicry are found among insects, and they take two forms: Müllerian mimicry, in which two species evolve convergently to have a similar appearance, and Batesian mimicry, in which one species evolves to resemble another. These different forms of mimicry… Read More. Müllerian mimicry – … Continue reading “define mullerian mimicry”