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The FrogFish - Aggressive Mimicry L'album des
Interprète: The FrogFish
Titre: Aggressive Mimicry
Label: Not On Label (The FrogFish Self-released)
Publié sur: Jul 2014
Style: Avant-garde Jazz
Classement: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
taille FLAC: 1573 mb | taille MP3: 1442 mb | taille WMA: 1402 mb
Genre: Jazz
Tracklist

1Mimics Of A Sea Urchin3:17
2Subtropical3:37
3Atypical Stocky3:53
4Tango Sombra Silenciosa3:43
5The 6 Milliseconds Attack3:36

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneThe FrogFish Aggressive Mimicry ‎(5xFile, WAV, Album)Not On Label (The FrogFish Self-released)none2014

Crédits

  • Composed ByDag André Nilsen, The FrogFish

Album

Zoologists have repeatedly compared this strategy to a wolf in sheep's clothing. In its broadest sense, aggressive mimicry could include various types of exploitation, as when an orchid exploits a male insect by mimicking a sexually receptive female see pseudocopulation, but will here be restricted. Aggressive Mimicry. The FrogFish. Seven Frogs. Catch It The FrogFish. Kan Du The FrogFish. A Frog Called Horse. Listen free to The FrogFish Aggressive Mimicry Atypical Stocky, Subtropical and more. 5 tracks 18:05. The most interesting aspect of the frogfish, apart from his prefect camouflage is the way he attracts his prey. Other fish lie in wait until the prey swims close to their mouth lie-in-wait predation, but the frogfish or anglerfish lures the prey fish, crustaceans actively to where it can strike. The lure mimics food animals like worms, small shrimps or small fish. The prey approaches to catch the lure and then is engulfed by the waiting frogfish see a video. This strategy is called aggressive mimicry. Painted frogfish Antennarius pictus juvenile - stretches its lu. The frogfish is a master of camouflage. He practices aggressive mimicry to attack prey and beats world records of rapidity. Профиль: Experimental jazz band. Frogfish are masters of disguise-they use various type of camouflage to hide from predators and sneak up on prey. Some species resemble the colors and textures of sponges. The psychedelic frogfish Histiophryne psychedelica has yellow, brown and white stripes that look just like stony corals. And the hairy frogfish Antennarius striatus has long, waving appendages that can resemble algae or even a spiny urchin. This camouflage is a type of aggressive mimicry-a strategy of resembling something else to gain an advantage over your prey. All aggressive mimicry artwork ships within 48 hours and includes a 30-day money-back guarantee. Choose your favorite aggressive mimicry designs and purchase them as wall art, home decor, phone cases, tote bags, and more. More The FrogFish. Listen to Aggressive Mimicry now. 2016 Dag André Nilsen. Legal Privacy Cookies About Ads. Given that aggressive mimicry is typical of frogfishes, further research is required to confirm whether biofluorescent esca influence predation success in this genus and to determine the role of biofluorescence in the evolution of reef fishes. Pietsch TW, Grobecker DB 1987 Frogfishes of the world: systematics, zoogeography, and behavioral ecology. Stanford University Press, Palo Alto. Google Scholar. Ramaiah N, Chandramohan D 1992 Occurrence of Photobacterium leiognathi, as the bait organ symbiont in frogfish Antennarius hispidus. Indian J Geomarine Sci 21:210211. Google Schol