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Graças à seleção natural das espécies, com o passar de milhares de anos alguns animais descobriram que brincar de “esconde-esconde” na natureza

Peltigera venosa Lichen and Moss ~ By Ken-ichi Ueda

Amanita viridis (rare mushroom) - Steve Reekie @ flickr

de The Telegraph


Masked hunter (Reduvius personatus). This member of the assassin bug family disguises itself with dust and debris for camouflage against predators and prey.


Animals disappear using camouflage

The grey cicada proves that although the chameleon is the best known animal to utilise camouflage, it is not the only creature that has the ability to hide from its predators or indeed, its prey // SPLASHDOWN/BARCROFT

Camouflaged looper inchworm disguises itself to look like a flower. It glues tiny pieces flowers to itself to blend in (photo courtesy of Neatorama)

Feather Stars (crinoids) and their look-alike camouflaged. Tiny little commensal crustaceans that live camouflaged and hidden among the feathery arms and striking colors of a crinoids' arms! Presumably, the crinoids provide some protection from predators. This one for example in stunning green from Nudi Falls in Sulawasi... Image by "EcoDivers1"

de The Telegraph


Lacewing larvae accumulate debris, food particles and remains of insects onto the surface of their bodies for camouflage