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gynandromorph

 [gi-] , [jĭ-nan´dro-morf€]
an organism exhibiting gynandromorphism.

gynandromorph

(gī-năn′drə-môrf′, jĭ-)
n.
An organism having both male and female characteristics, especially an insect exhibiting a mixture of male and female tissues or sex organs.

gy·nan′dro·mor′phic adj.
gy·nan′dro·mor′phism, gy·nan′dro·mor′phy n.

gynandromorph

A person having both male and female external genitalia and secondary sexual characteristics. A person displaying HERMAPHRODITISM.

gynandromorph

any animal exhibiting both male and female features, often with the body divided into equal portions of the two sexes - for example, the left-hand side might be male, the right-hand side female.

gynandromorph

an organism exhibiting gynandromorphism.
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In January and February of 2009, we used playbacks of Northern Cardinals' songs on at least three occasions to determine whether the gynandromorph would respond.
Our observations are among the most extensive of a bilateral gynandromorph bird in the wild.
We never knowingly heard the gynandromorph cardinal vocalize nor was it obviously paired with another individual, whereas other cardinals in the area vocalized and were paired, especially as the breeding season approached.
Donald Baepler prepared the gynandromorph specimen.