Stunning She-Males of the Animal World - Forest Tent Caterpillar Moth (Malacosoma disstria) [LiveScience 2011-05-31]
Credit: James K. Adams, Professor of Biology, Dalton State College
Not all gynandromorphs make for dramatic specimens. James Adams found this forest tent caterpillar moth on the wall of a gas station underneath a light. Often, gynandromorphs go unnoticed because the differences between their male and female parts aren't that dramatic. A line down the middle of the moth's body marks the division between the lighter, somewhat fluffier male side from the female side, which is longer, causing the abdomen to curl.