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Definition of Seasonal dimorphism

Seasonal dimorphism
Seasonal dimorphism (Zo["o]l.), the condition of having two distinct varieties which appear at different seasons, as certain species of butterflies in which the spring brood differs from the summer or autumnal brood.

Meaning of Seasonal dimorphism from wikipedia

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- The map (Araschnia levana) is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. The area of distribution of the map extends from Spain through Europe and east through...
- P.M.; Hossie, T.J.; Power, M.; Cooke, S.J. (2013). "****ual and seasonal dimorphism in adult adfluvial bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus)". Canadian...
- over males accounts for the reverse dimorphism. Canine ****ual dimorphism is one particular type of ****ual dimorphism, in which males of a species have larger...
- habitat after winter. An environmental switch mechanism controls seasonal dimorphism observed in bivoltine species, or species having two broods per year...
- The phenotypic difference between males and females is called ****ual dimorphism. Male grouse tend to be larger than female grouse, which seems to hold...
- sometimes reproduce in the end of their first year. Breeding is triggered by seasonal rainfall. ****atiels nest in tree hollows near a source of fresh water...
- access to plenty of forage (or is regularly fed by its owner) with no seasonal variation will have no noticeable rings. Moreover, some tortoises grow...
- 160 kg (350 lb). While noticeable in very mature specimens, the ****ual dimorphism in size of the American alligator is relatively modest among crocodilians...
- 1186/1472-6785-13-14. PMC 3637170. PMID 23557203. "****ual Dimorphism", Sampson (2001); page 269. "****ual Dimorphism", Sampson (2001); page 270. Brown, Caleb M. (2018-01-16)...