Erythrism or erythrochroism refers to an unusual reddish pigmentation of an animal`s fur, hair, skin, feathers, or eggshells. Causes of erythrism include Erythrism in katydids has been occasionally observed. The coloring might be a camouflage that helps some members of the species survive on red plants. There is also consensus that the erythristi.
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[ Greek 'eryqro`s
red: confer French érythrisme
A condition of excessive redness. See Erythrochroism
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<zoology> A condition of excessive redness. See Erythrochroism. ... Origin: Gr. Red: cf. F. Erythrisme. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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(ә-rith´riz-әm) redness of the hair and beard with a ruddy complexion. adj., erythris´tic., adj.
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• (n.) A condition of excessive redness. See Erythrochroism.
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erythrism, erythristic 1. Abnormal or unusual redness or red pigmentation, as of plumage or hair. 2. Redness of the hair and beard with a ruddy complexion.
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an unusual pigment condition, where birds appear more reddish or rufous than others of their kind. Some species have a commonly occurring rufous form, e.g., the Eastern Screech-Owl.
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Chestnut-red replaces black or brown plumage pigments.
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