Recent Examples on the WebThe last time Powdermill saw a gynandromorph was in 2005, when the team found a grosbeak that looked very similar to this one.
Daisy Hernandez, Popular Mechanics, 9 Oct. 2020 The team didn’t analyze the bee’s genes to confirm its gynandromorph status.
Katherine J. Wu, Smithsonian Magazine, 2 Apr. 2020 One other Megalopta gynandromorph has shown its face to scientists before: a male-female hybrid in a closely related sweat bee species called Megalopta genalis, identified in 1999.
Katherine J. Wu, Smithsonian Magazine, 2 Apr. 2020 The gynandromorph, as it is known, has a mixture of male and female genes and expresses traits from both sexes.
Jason Daley, Smithsonian, 27 Feb. 2018
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