Juvenile gray morphs
often have a series of dark stripes or bands along the length of the ventral surface of the tail, which are obscured by the growth of other hairs as the squirrels age (Sharp, 1958).
The flowers are composed of 6 blue lilac tepals, persistent tepals fused along half their length into a perianth tube; the androecium consist of six stamens inserts at different levels, with long-, mid- and short-styled morphs
(hereafter referred to as the L, M and S morphs
, respectively), and a yellow mark or nectar guide on the upper middle lobe.
Therefore, as one cuckoo morph
increases in frequency, local host populations will become alerted specifically to that morph
Table 1 summarizes the mean body dimensions and morphometric ratios for the two wing morphs
after those individuals that had an E/C ratio smaller than the above criteria were categorized as short-winged morphs
was wearing a bikini, another sported wings and a third was dressed as a rap star.
It is expected, as users learn to create more complex morphs
, they will eventually migrate to Normal Mode.
The distribution of the morphs
worldwide is interesting from an evolutionary biogeographical perspective.
On Maui (and probably Molokai) the morphs
seem to be controlled by alleles at one autosomal locus and are distributed equally in both sexes.
At that time, no difference in fecundity or size was detected between the two morphs
in each population (one-way ANOVA.
Kansas maintains a list of "active" morphs
; each time through the cycle, each active morph
is sent the "step" message.
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individuals differ from typical morphs
by their enlarged vomerine teeth, wider heads, long slender bodies, and tendency to consume conspecifics (Powers, 1907; Rose and Armentrout, 1976; Lannoo and Bachman, 1984).