Posts Tagged ‘yellow’

Innate preference and learning of colour in the male cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera [SHORT COMMUNICATION]

Aya Satoh, Michiyo Kinoshita, and Kentaro ArikawaWe investigated the ability of colour discrimination and learning in male adults of nocturnal cotton bollworm moth, Helicoverpa armigera, under a dim light condition. The naïve moths preferred b…

Two new species of the genus Timia and a redescription of Timia mongolica (Diptera, Ulidiidae)

ZooKeys 615: 119-141
DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.615.9311
Authors: Tatiana V. Galinskaya
Abstract: Two new species of the genus Timia Wiedemann, 1824 are described and illustrated. Timia lazebnayae sp. n. from Uzbekistan has yellow body a…

What if nothing but feathers sets a species apart?

For decades, conservationists have considered blue-winged warblers a threat to golden-winged warblers, a species under […]

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