Aposematic

Ap`o·se·mat'ic adjective [ Prefix apo- + sematic .] (Zoology) Having or designating conspicuous or warning colors or structures indicative of special means of defense against enemies, as in the skunk.
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Aposematic

• (a.) Having or designating conspicuous or warning colors or structures indicative of special means of defense against enemies, as in the skunk.
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aposematic

a brightly colored organism that is typically poisonous.
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Aposematic

colourings are used to scare away Predators, e.g. strong colours on frogs.Poisonous Dart Frog
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