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

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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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