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Poison dart frog: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Most poison dart frogs are brightly colored, displaying ________ patterns to warn potential predators.
Batesian mimicryPredationAposematismMimicry

Question 2:
What family does Poison dart frog belong to?
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Ptychoderidae
Dendrobatidae
Glossiphoniidae

Question 3: Habitat loss (due to logging and farming) and predation by introduced species are among the more common causes, but the ________ chytridiomycosis has struck dart frogs the hardest in the past 25 years.
Human skinTanningLeatherSkin

Question 4: [20] They have enough toxin to kill ten men or twenty thousand ________.
AnimalMouseHouse mouseRat

Question 5:
What phylum does Poison dart frog belong to?

Question 6:
What kind of animal is a Poison dart frog?

Question 7: [13] Differing coloration has historically misidentified single species as separate, and there is still controversy among ________ over classification.
TaxonomyFolk taxonomyCladisticsMilitary taxonomy

Question 8: Once in the upper reaches of the rainforest trees the parents deposit their young in the pools of water that accumulate in epiphytic plants such as ________.
TillandsioideaePitcairnioideaeBromeliaceaeBromelioideae

Question 9: These amphibians are often called "dart frogs" due to indigenous ________' use of their toxic secretions to poison the tips of blowdarts.
Models of migration to the New WorldPre-Columbian eraClassification of indigenous peoples of the AmericasIndigenous peoples of the Americas

Question 10: [12] Therefore, species such as Dendrobates tinctorius can include color pattern morphs that can be interbred (colors are under ________ control, while the actual patterns are probably controlled by a single locus).
HeredityQuantitative geneticsDNAQuantitative trait locus
















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