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Bicyclus anynana butterflies mating

Bicyclus anynana butterflies mating

In Bicyclus anynana butterflies that develop in the dry season, mating rituals are reversed: Females use their flashy wing spots to attract males, rather than vice versa. Here, a dry-season male (left) and female mate. (Photo credit: William H. Piel and Antónia Monteiro)

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