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Synonyms for gynandromorph

one having both male and female sexual characteristics and organs

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The mechanism by which bilateral gynandromorphy arises has been unclear until a recent study by Zhao et al.
While we now have a better understanding of bilateral gynandromorphy, there is scant information on the reproductive behavior and behavior in general, of these unusual birds in the wild (Gill 2007).
At least one previous observation of bilateral gynandromorphy has been made of a Northern Cardinal by Laskey (1969).
Gynandromorphy is a rare state in which an individual exhibits both male and female traits.
This is the first record of bilateral gynandromorphy in Pipridae, but this condition could be easily overlooked in the field.