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lateral lighting setup

lateral lighting setup

In two endangered beetle species that live in the Edwards Aquifer in Texas, males and females are nearly indiscernible. A new study suggests the quickest way to ID males versus females is to shine a light through them, in the lighting setup shown here, to illuminate internal organs that reveal the difference. (Photo originally published in Kosnicky 2019, Journal of Insect Science)

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