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Old 07-05-2010, 07:06 PM   #1
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National Public Radio
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Butterflies: Science on the Wing
July 3, 2010

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Those butterflies flitting around in your yard aren't just pretty. New research shows their glowing colors have profound implications for scientists and engineers.
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The Emerald-patched Cattleheart, found along the Amazon, is one of many butterflies that get their coloring from gyroids, rather than pigments.
Butterflies: Science On The Wing : NPR
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