Symposium: Ecology and Evolution of Insect Colouration in Anti-predator Defence
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Many insects display a range of defence strategies to either signal their unprofitability to would-be predators or to hide from their enemies. Over the past few decades, we have seen massive growth in the knowledge of how to quantify colouration, explored a wider array of dynamically changing environmental conditions and expanded examples of just how diversely animals perceive the world around us. Talks in this symposium will be selected to include aposematism, mimircy, deimatism, disruptive coloration and camouflage, both field and laboratory approaches.
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