African mimetic butterflies: being descriptions and illustrations of the principal known instances of mimetic resemblance in the Rhopalocera of the Ethiopian Region, together with an explanation of the Miullerian and Batesian theories of mimicry, and some account of the evidences on which these theories are based
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Descriptions of Mimetic Associations in African Rhopalocera
On Objections which have been raised to the Theories of Mimicry and the Evidence
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