Film (. 64 Luring is not a necessary condition however, as the predator still has a significant advantage simply by not being identified as such. Since the host birds do not eat snails, the sporocyst has another strategy to reach its host's intestine. Müllerian mimicry, where two or more harmful species mutually advertise themselves as harmful. Originally used to describe people, "mimetic" was used in zoology from 1851, "mimicry" from 1861. 38 This example was long believed to be Batesian, with the viceroy mimicking the monarch, but the viceroy is actually the more unpalatable species. Just as parasites can be treated as a form of predator, 58 host-parasite mimicry is treated here as a subclass of aggressive mimicry. "Mimicry of escorte sarthe val d or male by female flowers and intrasexual competition for pollinators in Jacaratia dolichaula (D. 79 Similar cases are seen in some other species of the same family. 2, the resemblances that evolve in mimicry can be in appearance, behaviour, sound or scent. 24 25 Mimics are less likely to be found out (for example by predators) when in low proportion to their model. 1 Lewis, Belinda Ann. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list ( link ) Howse,.