in larval type: rearing environment influences the development mode expressed by adults in the sea slug Alderia willowi.
Also, Calophya is unique among psyllids in its capacity to initiate host induced polyphenism
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In addition some species are genetically colour-polymorphic while others show seasonal polyphenism
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