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5 July, 22:50

A scientist has correctly gone through all the possible steps in a dichotomous key, but has not identified an insect. Which most likely describes why he did not identify the insect?

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  1. 5 July, 23:33
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    The answer to this question is letter C. The organism evolved during identification.

    A scientist has correctly gone through all the possible steps in a dichotomous key, but has not identified an insect. He was not able to identify the insect because t he organism evolved during identification.

    Choices to this question are:

    A) The scientist must have made a mistake.

    B) The insect might be an unknown variation or a new species.

    C) The organism evolved during identification.

    D) The dichotomous key had to many questions.
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