Imitator

Im'i·ta'tor noun [ Latin ] One who imitates.
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Imitator

a fly to imitate the real insect Imitative Flies- flies tied to more closely match specific insects (for instance a BWO Comparadun). Imitative flies are most effective in slow-moving, clear water, with finicky trout in fertile streams with large populations of aquatic insects.
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imitator

imitator 1. Someone who copies the words, or behavior, of another person; such as, an impersonator. 2. Anyone who fraudulently assumes the appearance of someone else; a copycat or an emulator.
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