Our new paper on the ecological dynamics of coral snake mimicry in the montane tropics has just been published! This work was the M.S. thesis of first author Lauren Wilson. We studied predator-based selection on coral snake mimicry in areas of edge sympatry and allopatry to coral snakes in the montane rainforest in Honduras. We found that counter to research in the lowland tropics, we did not consistently detect a protective function of mimetic coloration. Click the link to read the paper.