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Title: Apparently obscure
Authors: Nilsson, Elina
Issue Date: 18-Oct-2012
Degree: Student essay
Series/Report no.: KHK Textilkonst 2012
Abstract: Through wing pattern, posture and movement, a harmless moth of the family Brenthia imitates an eight-eyed jumping spider. When an octopus of the species Thaumoctopus mimicus sense danger it can alter its appearance to that of a venomous sea snake. They are both drawing attention to themselves. Nevertheless, and because of this, they are protected. The mechanism is called mimicry. Corpse paint has on the black metal scene been described as a way of accentuation the evil and darkness of the music.... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/30678
Appears in Collections:Kandidatuppsatser HDK (-jun 2012)

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