This stingray seems to be flying at Molasses Reef, Key Largo, Florida.This discussion topic submitted by Corey Ullman ( firstname.lastname@example.org) at 10:49 PM on 3/30/02. Additions were last made on Friday, May 10, 2002.
A. Counter Shading
Which fish are counter shaded (dark on top and light on the bottom) and why?
B. Solids vs. Patterns
Is there an advantage for some to be solid colors while others are striped
C. Eye Spots
What are the theories behind eye spots and the advantages they give to
D. Warning Coloration
Some fish want to be seen--how do they send their warning messages?
Other fish blend so well they are lost to their predators--how do they
match textures and colors?
F. Color Changers
How do these color magicians instantly change their colors?
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