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elsewhere. Apparently, birds could readily find the light moths against the soot-darkenedbackground in industrial areas and therefore were eating more light moths. Recently, useof cleaner fuels has greatly reduced soot in the landscape, and the dark-colored mothshave been disappearing. Should the two forms of moths be considered separate species?Yes, because natural selection has affected the frequency of the two different forms.Yes, because they have completely different coloration.Yes, because they are reproductively isolated based on habitat.Yes, because they have completely different coloration and natural selection has affected thefrequency of the two different forms.
No.(8)The same basic internal organs (kidneys, stomach, heart, lungs) are found in frogs, birds,snakes, and rodents. This is primarily an example of _____.
(9)There is a population of beetles that typically have black wings. A scientist studying thesebeetles knows that their eggs hatch in early spring, the baby insects grow through the latespring and summer, they lay eggs in the early fall, and die in the early winter. Recentlysome beetles have been born with white wings. Early in life the black and white wingedbeetles seem to be very similar in number of mating events, eggs laid, and survival rates,but shortly after laying their eggs the white beetles die and there are only black wingedbeetles during the late fall. Which of the following is a true statement about the beetles?

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Evolution, reproductive isolating mechanism, greater sexual dimorphism

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