Mimicry: Quiz


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Question 1: One such case is ________, amongst which aggressive mimicry is quite common in both in luring prey and stealthily approaching predators.

Question 2:
What format does Mimicry follow?
12" vinyl record , CD and DVD
Children's Series

Question 3: [45] Further research showed male fireflies from several different genera are attracted to these "________", and are subsequently captured and eaten.
VampireFilm noirFemme fataleTheda Bara

Question 4:
  • The ________ (Danaus plexippus) is a member of a Müllerian complex with the Viceroy butterfly (Limenitis archippus) in shared coloration patterns and display behavior.
    Danaus (genus)United StatesLepidopteraMonarch (butterfly)

Question 5: Reproductive mimicry occurs when the actions of the dupe directly aid in the mimic's ________.
ReproductionAnimalCell (biology)Sex

Question 6:
Which of the following titles did Mimicry have?
Barbus sp. nov. 'Nzoia'
Chlorobalius leucoviridis mimicry of Pauropsalta sp.
Du014Dkyu016Bsei 2 SP
Sp Lit

Question 7: The genus ________ is palatable but are very strong fliers; birds - even species which are specialized for catching butterflies on the wing - find it very hard to catch them.
MorphoMorpho adonisMorpho deidamiaMorpho helenor

Question 8: ________ of the genus Thaumoctopus (the Mimic Octopus and the "wunderpus") are able to intentionally alter their body shape and color so that they resemble dangerous sea snakes or lionfish.
Wild fisheriesOctopusSillaginidaeSquid

Question 9: Leucochloridium, a genus of flatworm, matures in the digestive system of songbirds, their eggs then passing out of the bird via the ________ .
CoprophagiaHuman fecesFecesToilet

Question 10: It was first proposed by Emsley[29] as a possible answer for the problem of ________ mimicry in the New World.
MexicoMilk SnakeCoral snakeMicrurus tener

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