Hamlet aggressive mimicry: permanovas and bootstraps results on dS, dL

Michele Pierotti
We tested the potential for aggressive mimicry by a group of coral reef fishes, the colour polymorphic Hypoplectrus hamlets, from the point of view of their most common prey, small epibenthic gobies and mysid shrimp. We build visual models based on the visual pigments and spatial resolution of the prey, the underwater light spectrum and colour reflectances of putative models and their hamlet mimics. We apply Maia & White 2018 two-step statistical approach to estimate...
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