Evolution through natural selection
Evolution through natural selection

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Evolution through natural selection

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Figure 3 Endler, J. A. 1980, 'Natural selection on colour patterns in Poecilia reticulata', Evolution, 34(1), pp. 76-91, AllenPress, Inc.

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