Visual mimicry of host nestlings by cuckoos
Coevolution between antagonistic species has produced instances of exquisite mimicry. Among broodparasitic cuckoos, host defences have driven the evolution of mimetic eggs, but the evolutionary arms race was believed to be constrained from progressing to
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