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Genetic switch that turned moths black also colors butterflies

09:00 EDT 1 Jun 2016 | Physorg.COM

The same gene that enables tropical butterflies to mimic each other's bright and colourful patterning also caused British moths to turn black amid the grime of the industrial revolution, researchers have found.

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