Supplemental data to Fig.2 and Fig.6.xlsx

Shinichi Yoda & Haruhiko Fujiwara
In a Batesian mimic butterfly Papilio polytes, mimetic females resemble an unpalatable model, Pachliopta aristolochiae, but exhibit a different color pattern from non-mimetic females and males. In particular, the pale-yellow region on hindwings, which correspondingly sends important putative signals for mimicry and mate preference, is different in shape and chemical features between non-mimetic and mimetic morphs. Recently, we found that tmimetic type doublesex (dsx (H)) causes mimetic traits; however, the control of dimorphic pale-yellow colors...
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