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Peer-Review Article


Two aberrant forms of the tiger swallowtail butterfly. Papilio glaucus, are described. Both of these aberration types (one in a male, the other in females) are believed to be previously unreported and both are from the Great Lakes hybrid zone and plant transition zone (41 ° _44°N latitude). It is, therefore, possible that genetic introgression from the northern tiger swallowtail P. glaucus canadensis may have been involved in some way with these abnormalities.

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