Oh, evolution is just a theory you know.So, the mountain ranges that separate them will wear away in 1000 years? Man, my "Evolution of the Earth" master's class professor most have been completely wrong!
i will hunt you!tony! We talked about this. Nothing controversial! I'm officially your moderator.
My frend gave me that!
No, they are found in nature in reproductively isolated populations. The D. tinctorius morphguide provides a good overview of the morphs and where they are found in nature.Aren't alot of the tincs hybrids bred for pattern or color?
No again, as with D.tinctorius they come from several distinct populations.If so, was the mint or orange from selective breeding?