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A jewel's true colours

A jewel's true colours
Parrish Brady and Molly Cummings found that a Southwestern scarab beetle can perceive circular polarized light, one of only two species known to be able to do so. More on Nature.com and The American Naturalist.
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Sunday, 27 September 2020

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