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  1. Kegami

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    The striated frogfish is found in the tropical and subtropical waters from the Indian Ocean to the center of the Pacific Ocean, and in the Atlantic Ocean on the western coast of Africa and from the New Jersey coast to the southern Brazilian coast including the Gulf of Mexico and the folk.balladwyngavinraniuskelune.infoinfo only waters these fish are not found in are the Mediterranean and the folk.balladwyngavinraniuskelune.infoinfo: Antennariidae.
  2. Arashilkree

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Aggressive Mimicry. Some mimics look like something else, not to avoid predators, but to catch prey. Aggressive mimics resemble their background or signal that they are something else to help them catch their prey. The frogfish or angler fish lures its prey to where it can strike. It has a long antenna-like extension on its head that it wiggles.
  3. Aramuro

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    May 01,  · Mimicry most often helps a fish avoid being eaten, but there are also mimetic relationships that facilitate prey capture. In this article, we will look at the various forms of mimicry encountered on the coral reef that involve an anti-predation adaptation.
  4. Merisar

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Dec 18,  · I've found there isn't a whole lot of information available on keeping them because they really do require a dedicated species only tank and not many people are willing to do that. I doubt I can post links to other forums directly, but if you google "frogfish files" the first link will be to a lengthy and informative thread on them.
  5. Juzshura

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Aggressive mimicry is a form of) has also been suggested, but it is seldom used. The metaphor of a wolf in sheep's clothing can be used as an analogy, but with the caveat that mimics are not intentionally deceiving their prey. For example, indigenous Australians who dress up as and imitate kangaroos when hunting would not be considered aggressive mimics, nor would a human angler.
  6. Dunris

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Aggressive mimicry, a form of similarity in which a predator or parasite gains an advantage by its resemblance to a third folk.balladwyngavinraniuskelune.infoinfo model may be the prey (or host) species itself, or it may be a species that the prey does not regard as threatening. An example in which the prey itself serves as the model can be seen in the mimicry used by female fireflies of the genus Photuris.
  7. Nizil

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Aggressive Mimicry - The FrogFish. A Frog Called Horse - The FrogFish. Seven Frogs - Elf, Quack, Seven Frogs and 7 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Count: 7. Views: 0. Seven Frogs tracks. Seven Frogs (Marts ). Master of Camouflage. Funky Jazz Balkan with a touch of New Tango. Welcome to the music of The.
  8. Dat

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    The aggressive mimicry and the feeding behavior of frogfishes is one of natures most highly evolved example of "lie-in-wait" predation. In an aquarium you might be able to observe, that a frogfish changes its color to blend in with its surroundings, taking the color of a sponge or a coral.
  9. Goltigis

    October 2, 2012 10:12
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  10. Dajas

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    This lure is moved around in front of the Frogfish's head. If a fish wants to catch this make-believe prey it becomes prey itself - fast as lightning the Frogfish greatly expands its oral cavity thus creating suction pressure inside the mouth and engulfs the animal. This behavior is called aggressive mimicry.

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