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Nature volume 88, pages 572574 (22 February 1912) | Download Citation

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Zoological Society, February 6.—Mr. E. G. B. Meade-Waldo, vice-president, in the chair.—Mrs. Rose Haig Thomas: A breeding experiment with pheasants. The experiment was undertaken to confirm a previous one, in which it had been observed that a male pheasant had transmitted to his F 2 9 offspring the female plumage of his species. The following cross produced the same result:—

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