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Fig. 6 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

Fig. 6

From: Drosophila pachea asymmetric lobes are part of a grasping device and stabilize one-sided mating

Fig. 6

Comparison of the macroscale and microscale mating angles. Mating angles are shown for the wild-type (blue), with first the macroscale angle (based on video analysis) and second the microscale angle (based on SEM). Microscale angles are also presented for all treatments (left lobe shaved, right lobe shaved, left lobe cut, right lobe cut, symmetric mutant) combined together (red), but separated according to the positioning of the lobes. NS: not significant, ***: P < 0.001

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