. Readings in evolution, genetics, and eugenics. Evolution; Heredity; Eugenics. 202 READINGS IN EVOLUTION, GENETICS, AND EUGENICS orchid blossom. It deceives butterflies and other insects, which it captures as they approach the seeming flower. In Java there is a spider which resembles a bit of bird excrement upon which butterflies are so apt to hght. This resemblance enables it to capture the butterflies upon which it feeds.". Fig. 42.—Kallima, the "dead-leaf butterfly." {From Jordan attd Kellogg.) Warning coloration.—Many .animals that are for various reasons harmful or dangero

. Readings in evolution, genetics, and eugenics. Evolution; Heredity; Eugenics. 202 READINGS IN EVOLUTION, GENETICS, AND EUGENICS orchid blossom. It deceives butterflies and other insects, which it captures as they approach the seeming flower. In Java there is a spider which resembles a bit of bird excrement upon which butterflies are so apt to hght. This resemblance enables it to capture the butterflies upon which it feeds.". Fig. 42.—Kallima, the "dead-leaf butterfly." {From Jordan attd Kellogg.) Warning coloration.—Many .animals that are for various reasons harmful or dangero Stock Photo
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. Readings in evolution, genetics, and eugenics. Evolution; Heredity; Eugenics. 202 READINGS IN EVOLUTION, GENETICS, AND EUGENICS orchid blossom. It deceives butterflies and other insects, which it captures as they approach the seeming flower. In Java there is a spider which resembles a bit of bird excrement upon which butterflies are so apt to hght. This resemblance enables it to capture the butterflies upon which it feeds.". Fig. 42.—Kallima, the "dead-leaf butterfly." {From Jordan attd Kellogg.) Warning coloration.—Many .animals that are for various reasons harmful or dangerous to other animals have strikingly distinct color patterns which have been interpreted by some authors as warning marks to keep off possible attackers. Bees, wasps, hornets, some poisonous snakes, many spiders, all of which have stings or fangs, are marked with bands of contrasting colors. Other animals that are. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Newman, Horatio Hackett, b. 1875. Chicago : University of Chicago Press