Signals are beneficial to avoid potential harm.
- Aposematism is a secondary defence mechanism that warns potential predators. Organism advertises its capabilities via either bright colouration used to warn. The warning signal may take the form of conspicuous
colours, sounds, odour or other perceivable characteristics. One consequence of this, is that aposematic species lead to a bad experience and may have the experience reinforced through repetition…
and that beauty is not what it seems.