Conspicuous coloration of toxin-resistant predators implicates additional trophic interactions in a predator-prey arms race
Antagonistic coevolution between natural enemies can produce highly exaggerated traits, such as prey toxins and predator resistance. This reciprocal process of adaptation and counter-adaptation may also open doors to other evolutionary novelties not directly involved in the phenotypic interface of coevolution. Click here, to read publication.
Michael T J Hague, Lauren E Miller, Amber N Stokes, Chris R Feldman, Edmund D Brodie Jr, Edmund D Brodie 3rd