- color change in insects
1. Short term reversible physiological changes that do not involve the production of new pigments.2. Morphological change is a long-term change resulting from formation of new pigments and not usually reversible.
Online Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology. A.R. Maggenti and S.L. Gardne. 2005.
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