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Genetics of a female-specific color polymorphism in the damselfly Enallagma hageni

Polymorphisms offer a great insight into our knowledge of evolutionary ecology. Many species of Odonates have a female-specific color polymorphism. The genetics of these polymorphisms has been demonstrated in only four species of Odonates. My research will use cross breeding to see if Enallagma hageni has a polymorphism due to simple Mendelian genetics.

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Real-time Conditions on Douglas Lake

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