Paul Smiths, NY, Aug 23, 2012 — A common invasive species, the hover fly, or drone fly, looks remarkably like a honeybee. But in its youth, it carries the loathsome monicker "rat-tailed maggot". Martha Foley and Dr. Curt Stager discuss Batesian mimicry: innocuous creatures who imitate more dangerous species.
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