BEFORE attempting to combat the old theory under which Mr. Murray has taken refuge, in opposition to the theory propounded by Mr. Bates, I must first make a few remarks upon the different forms of mimicry to which the Lepidoptera are subject.
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BUTLER, A. Mimicry versus Hybridity. Nature 3, 165 (1870). https://doi.org/10.1038/003165a0
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