Definition of Apatetic coloration
1. Noun. Coloring serving as natural camouflage.
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Literary usage of Apatetic coloration
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1. Lectures on the Darwinian Theory by Arthur Milnes Marshall (1894)
"apatetic coloration serves to hinder recognition: it may be considered under three heads:— (a) Protective resemblances : aiding escape from enemies. ..."