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In North American Katydids, Green isn’t the Dominant Colour, Pink is


Recent breeding experiments have revealed that bright pink, not green, could be the most genetically dominant colouring of the North American oblong-winged katydid. For almost as long as we’ve known that oblong-winged katydids (Amblycorypha oblongifolia) come in an array of colours, we’ve known that green is by far the most common, while the pink, yellow [...]

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