Follaghey (bea-oaylleeaght)

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Ta'n rannagh veg shoh do-akin mastey duillagyn marroo ayns Lower Rio Branco-Rio Jauaperi Extractive Reserve, yn Vrasseel. T'ee treen veih'n çheu yesh as treen veih kione y chaslys, er çheu hoshtal y vaidjey pontreilagh, jeeaghyn er y jesh. Share y caslys y vooadaghey dys fakin ee.
Ta crackan Stenodactylus sthenodactylus covestey marish thalloo as claghyn Faasagh Yudah.
Shligganagh awiney aarnieuagh cadjin as algey cur keiltynys er. Ny hassoo, bee ad kiart gollrish clagh fo vrat algey.
Ta'n doo-oallee shoh bane dys goaill cragh dy aashagh.

Ayns eggoaylleeaght, ta follaghey ny crypsis çheet er saaseyn dy haghney tastey bioagyn elley. T'eh ry-akin myr saase craghtys ny noichraghtys. Ta saaseyn follee goaill stiagh keiltynys, oieaght, cummal fo-hallooin, tarhoilshaght[1] as arrishaght Bates. Ta oohyn as feromoanyn follit ayn.[2][3]


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Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Zuanon, J.; I. Sazima (2006). "The almost invisible league: crypsis and association between minute fishes and shrimps as a possible defence against visually hunting predators". Neotropical Ichthyology 4 (2). doi:10.1590/S1679-62252006000100012. 
  2. Nguyen, L. P.; et al. (2007). "Using digital photographs to evaluate the effectiveness of plover egg crypsis". Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (6). doi:10.2193/2006-471. 
  3. Raffa, K. R.; et al. (2007). "Can chemical communication be cryptic? Adaptations by herbivores to natural enemies exploiting prey semiochemistry". Oecologia 153 (4). doi:10.1007/s00442-007-0786-z. PMID 17618465.