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grasshoppers mating

grasshoppers mating

In a study of the functional morphology of grasshopper genitalia, Melanoplus rotundipennis specimens were encouraged to mate inside a habitat box in the lab. Upon copulation, they were quickly frozen, dried, and scanned using micro-computed tomography. (Photo credit: Derek A. Woller)

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