SCIPRESS FORMA
Forma, Vol. 9 (No. 3), pp. 289-296, 1994
Original Paper

Art of Structural Coloration in Insects

Akinori Kosaku1 and Kiyoshi Miyamoto2

1School of High-Technology for Human Welfare, Tokai University, Nishino 317, Numazu, Shizuoka 410-03, Japan
2Muon-Scape Institute, Media Research, Shimorenjyaku 4-12-3-W-1, Mitaka, Tokyo 180, Japan

(Received January 31, 1994; Accepted April 21, 1994)

Keywords: Fungal Colony, Strategy, Memory

Abstract. Under artificially controlled conditions, fungal colonies show a variety of shapes and textures, from symmetrical to fractal. Features of colonies exhibit purely mechanical nature of growth. One can recognize, seeing the colony textures, that the organizations are made up through the effects of their "innate capability" on existence originated from the "latent memory", which every entity contains.