gynandromorph

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A normal female Papilio androgeus on the left, a mosaic gynandromorph in the center, and a normal male on the right.

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From gyno- (woman) + andro- (man) + -morph (shape)

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gynandromorph (plural gynandromorphs)

  1. An insect or crustacean literally having physical characteristics of both sexes, usually displaying a bilateral difference.
  2. A person having certain physical characteristics of both sexes.

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