Swallowtail Butterfly Genome Offers Clues to Foul Odor Emitted by Caterpillar's "Tongue" | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A team from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has sequenced and started analyzing the genome of the Eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly, a species known for the unusual physical features it possesses during the caterpillar stage of its development.

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