The African squinting bush brown may not be a colourful butterfly to look at, but it has eyespots - markings which resemble the human eye - that demand attention.
Biologists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have identified a gene that affects the appearance of eyespots found on the butterfly's wings.
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