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occurring or existing in two different forms

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However, the activity budget hypothesis does not work in some dimorphic species (Mooring et al.
Taken together our results improve our understanding of the feeding ecology of the Eastern Screech-Owl and contribute to an understanding of factors that govern natural and sexual selection in slightly dimorphic owl species.
Our results provide an important evidence of the sexually size dimorphic brains in fish.
Little is known about the postnatal development of this sexually dimorphic spinal GRP system in relation to puberty.
There was a time when waterfowl biologists proclaimed that, unlike lesser snows, greater snow geese are not dimorphic.
dimorphic fungi found worldwide, cause disease mainly among lower order mammals (1).
Blastomyces dermatitidis is a dimorphic fungus that is found in the soil of the Midwestern states, and transmission of the mold is linked to gardening and outdoor recreational activities.
The pterosaurs were sexually dimorphic, and five of their eggs are three-dimensionally preserved, marking a first worldwide.
Ferrets are sexually dimorphic predators with males being substantially larger than females.
Size 14 Hendricksons and size 16 Red Quills will be the anglers' choices to match the sexually dimorphic ephemeralla subvaria hatch.
Two tenders for the supply of (a) London Dimorphic database, also (b) maintenance of 98 Nissan Salvia branded mobile clinics.
Blastomycosis, a potentially lethal fungal disease of humans and animals, is caused by the thermally dimorphic organism Blastomyces dermatitidis.