Mimicry in Butterflies
Mimicry in Butterflies


Mimicry in Butterflies

PUNNETT, Reginald Crundall

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Mimicry here refers to the resemblance of one organism to another or to an object in its surroundings for concealment and protection from predators. The author demonstrates this behaviour in the world's butterflies. Punnett had already co-founded the "Journal of Genetics" with William Bateson in 1910. But he is probably best remembered today as the creator of the Punnett square, a tool still used by biologists to predict the probability of possible genotypes of offspring. Two pages of ads for nature & science books at rear.

Publication Info

  • Publisher: University Press
  • Edition: n/a
  • Date Published: 1915
  • Place Published: Cambridge
  • ISBN: n/a


  • Condition: Good
  • Signed: No
  • Dust Jacket: No
  • Jacket Condition: n/a
  • Details:
    vi, 188 p. 25 cm. 16 plates, 12 in beautiful full colour. Also a "legs" diagram on p. 19. Brown cloth hardcover with gold and blank impressing. Hinges cracking internally. A few thumbmarks. Tear in plate 14.

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