What is aposematism?
Aposematism is a strategy used by some animals to alert others to their presence and promote avoidance. This usually is in the context of warning coloration, but the warning signal can also take the form of a shape, call, or smell. Some examples of animals that display aposematism include wasps, certain dragonflies, tiger moth, black widow spider, coral snake, cobras, ladybugs, cuttlefish, the poison dart frog, and other assorted insects, reptiles, amphibians, and birds. Even some plants, like foxgloves, employ aposematism.essas cores usually its blue, yellow, black, red