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From: Shape, colour plasticity, and habitat use indicate morph-specific camouflage strategies in a marine shrimp

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Hippolyte obliquimanus colour morphs. Homogeneous (H) individuals characterized by a greenish-brown (HGB: top-left shrimp) or pink (HP: bottom-left shrimp) coloration attaining a good colour match in the brown algae Sargassum furcatum and the red-pink weed Galaxaura marginata, respectively. Striped translucent (ST) individuals bearing longitudinal colour bands (top-right and bottom-right shrimp), showing a general resemblance to both algae

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