These include merging with the background, “disturbing coloration” (using high-contrast markings to break the perceived shape of an object) and “masquerade” (which seems like an unimportant object that predators can ignore, like a stone).
“It is clear that plants do more than attract pollinators and photosynthesize with their colors: they are also hidden from view by enemies”.

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