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Author Topic:   Transitional flatfish found
Dr Jack
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Message 1 of 3 (474698)
07-10-2008 9:18 AM


link

Basically they've found a couple of intermediate flatfish with their eyes on one side migrated towards the midline, but not across it.


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Ben!
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07-14-2008 2:35 PM
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07-10-2008 9:18 AM


also cool...
That different flatfish species in different locations of the world have different "flat" sides (left vs. right).

Cool article.


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RickJB
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07-14-2008 4:23 PM
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07-10-2008 9:18 AM


Amazing stuff. Great link, too.
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