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“Peter Petrelli - Mimicry is one of the coolest powers and needs to be utilized more, though it is also in danger of making a character too powerful.”
“Mimicry, which is treated under another chapter, comes under the head of passive defence, and form and colour play an important part in it.”
“Mimicry, which is the common and favorite amusement of little low minds, is in the utmost contempt with great ones.”
“Mr. Bates (the author of the very interesting work "The Naturalist on the River Amazons," and the discoverer of "Mimicry") found that these conspicuous butterflies had a very strong and disagreeable odour; so much so that any one handling them and squeezing them, as a collector must do, has his fingers stained and so infected by the smell, as to require time and much trouble to remove it.”
“In the essay on "Mimicry," it is shown how important a part the necessity for protection has played, in determining the external form and colouration, and sometimes even the internal structure of animals.”
“Mimicry" proper is often confused with "protective resemblance," and it will be advisable to begin with the consideration of the latter.”
“There's another track, "Mimicry", and I think about that, I”
“In Nicaragua he devoted special attention to those wonderful protective resemblances, especially among insects, which Bates had explained by his theory of "Mimicry;" and as the subject crops up again and again in this book, the non-scientific reader will find it helpful to have before him an outline of the expanded and completed theory -- though he should be warned that some writers have been too much inclined to attribute to "mimicry" any accidental resemblance between two species.”
“Mimicry boosts the personal connection with people that you're talking to," he says.”
“Mimicry and foraging behaviour of two tropical sand-flat octopus species off North Sulawesi, Indonesia.”
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