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|Quote (VMartin @ Dec. 14 2007,16:09)|
|The thread about aposematism has been closed by new administrator LOU who likes only topic backing up neodarwinian points of view (contrary to the administration rules of more liberal Elsberry).|
The problem of bright coloration of catterpilars was a puzzle for Darwin (obviously not for LOU). As far as I know Darwin insisted on natural selection even if in this case it doesn't work. He said somethig like " I will believe in Natural selection even if in this case (bright coloration of caterpillars) it is not valid explanation of the phenomena". (According antidarwinian evolutionist Heikertiner.)
I cannot find out his letters about the topic which Darwin discussed with Wallace and Bates. Why is this one unavailable - and especially the one with his credo about natural selection as the source of bright coloration of caterpillars?
See page one, Marty. That's not what this thread is for.
You really are obsessed with caterpillars. You need to get out more.
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