More dude than damsel: transvestite flies

Wednesday, March 2, 2011 - 16:01 in Biology & Nature

Females that bear a striking resemblance to males within their same species are, in some cases, evolving ever-more masculine bodies and behaviors, suggests a new study that may help to explain how mimicry among animals and insects works.

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