Erin M. Wojan

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Phenotypic plasticity, or the ability of organisms to produce different phenotypes depending upon environmental factors, may be adaptive in varying environments. However, because environments differ in many ways and organisms consist of many traits perfect phenotype-environment matches are unlikely. Studies that investigate multiple interacting(More)
Butterflies are regularly used as model systems for understanding the role of coloration in communication because of their highly variable and conspicuous phenotypes. Most research showing a role for color in communication has focused on aspects of brightness or hue of entire wings or large color patches. However, evidence is accumulating that butterflies(More)
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