Evolution in Family Dendrobatidae (Poison Frogs)
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Coloration and Toxicity
Members of the amphibian family Dendrobatidae are considered to be aposematic, meaning their coloration serves as an adverse warning that protects them from predation. For this notion to be true, it is implied that the frogs’ bright appearance and toxicity would have evolved in parallel. Research conducted by Summers and Clough has, in fact, supported that Dendrobatidae are aposematic.
Self Toxin Resistance
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