The Effect of UV Light Patterns on the Cabbage White Butterfly Feeding Patterns.

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12 Oct 2021

The study was conducted to see whether or not the Cabbage White butterfly would have a preference for flowers with UV light patterns that mimicked their typical feeding flower, or if they would prefer a non-UV active flower.
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