"Red on yellow, deadly fellow; red on black, friendly Jack. Coral snakes have potent venom, while harmless milk snakes mimic their appearance. Batesian mimicry explained by H.W. Bates."
"Müllerian mimicry: Viceroy and monarch butterflies resemble each other to deter predators. Fritz Müller's theory explained. Size and black line differentiate viceroy."
"Snake mimicry: Spicebush swallowtail larva imitates green snake in pattern and behavior. Clever caterpillar raises body, mimics striking snake."
"Drone flies mimic honey bees with one set of wings, short antennae, large eyes, and thin legs. Batesian mimicry fools observers from a distance."
"Glass lizards mimic snakes but are actually legless lizards with eyelids and ear openings. Florida kingsnake is a true snake. Similar yet distinct reptiles."
"Flatworms mimic sea slugs but lack body cavities, respiratory organs, and circulatory systems. Sea slugs include diverse marine creatures like nudibranchs."
"Some jumping spiders mimic ants for protection. The spider in the photo (bottom right) engages in Batesian mimicry to avoid predators."
Zone-tailed hawks mimic turkey vultures for camouflage and hunting advantage, often seen flying together. Aggressive mimicry in action.