Date: 2/16/18 6:12 am From: Gail Miller <gail.miller...> Subject: Gynandromorphism
I had to look it up :) so I'm sharing the info:
A gynandromorph is an organism that contains both male and female characteristics. The term gynandromorph, from Greek "gyne" female and "andro" male, is mainly used in the field of entomology. These characteristics can be seen in butterflies, where both male and female characteristics can be seen physically because of sexual dimorphism.