Artifice Among Asilidae: An investigation of insect mimicry, focusing on robber flies

While creating this page, I remembered that I wrote a paper in college on mimicry in robber flies. Spoiler alert: it’s almost all conjecture. INTRODUCTION Mimicry occurs when an organism has evolved to resemble another organism, most often to the direct benefit of the mimic.  Mimicry has been recorded in many animal orders, such asContinue reading “Artifice Among Asilidae: An investigation of insect mimicry, focusing on robber flies”