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Gary
26-07-2005, 11:34:21
Great stuff, worth keeping the link for all your 'creationist/evolution denying friends (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4708459.stm)

Provost Harrison
27-07-2005, 13:02:22
Very interesting...

protein
27-07-2005, 13:34:50
Everybody is splitting these days.

King_Ghidra
27-07-2005, 14:08:20
they are?!

Japher
27-07-2005, 14:13:33
you best split too KG or you will be different, and then we'll laugh at you.

Tizzy
27-07-2005, 14:15:23
He's used to that

MDA
27-07-2005, 14:42:25
The “Nature” article actually is a case of closely related butterfly species speciating in geographic isolation and then coming back into secondary contact:

http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v436/n7049/full/nature03704.html

Japher
27-07-2005, 14:43:57
The “Nature” article actually is a case of closely related butterfly species speciating in geographic isolation and then coming back into secondary contact

huh?

MDA
27-07-2005, 14:57:24
someone pointed out to me that the BBC article wasn't 100% accurate, that's all - its still interesting.

MDA
27-07-2005, 15:26:46
http://www.museums.org.za/bio/butterflies/lycaenidae.htm

More cool stuff, this is on ant/butterfly cooperation (or caterpillars just tricking ants into letting it eat them).

Gary
28-07-2005, 17:23:21
nature
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