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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,00:41   

Quote (VMartin @ July 03 2007,14:29)
Your gibbering is off topic.

1) You don't know to explain function of coloration of fruiting bodies of mushrooms.

2) You seem to be unable to explain why some related butterfly species inhabiting the same area and feeding on the same plants have totally different patterns and coloration of their wings. One species has aposematic eyspots to scare predators (?) the other one doesn't. But it thrive as well.

It's actually a koan. When you figure it out you will have attained nirvana.

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