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You set out to observe the symbiotic relationship between a species of orchid and a species of fly. This species of orchid is only pollinated by this one species of fly, and the flies seem to prefer that orchid over any other flower for its nectar supply. Propose TWO questions you would need to ask to determine the proximate causation for the species-specific preference of this fly. Select ONE of the questions written above and write a hypothesis that could be tested experimentally. Design a controlled laboratory procedure to test your hypothesis.

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I think this question has been asked before. Google it to find out Btw Welcome to Openstudy if you need anything PM me :)
Thanks but I couldent find it when I googled it? do you have any idea where i can look?

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