Patrick Guilfoile: Wasps, mating and microbes
A fundamental idea in biology is the concept of a species, groups of individuals that can actually or potentially interbreed and produce fertile offspring. Although this definition can be hard to apply with some critters, it often provides a useful framework for organizing similar plants and animals.
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