These female butterflies can see an extra ultraviolet colour
Female red postman butterflies see an extra colour in the ultraviolet part of the light spectrum that even the males of their species cannot.
While many animal species can see one colour of UV, the ability to see multiple colours in the UV spectrum is rare. Mantis shrimp and hummingbird hawkmoths may also see multiple colours of UV, according to Susan Finkbeiner at California State University, Long Beach and Adriana Briscoe at the University of California, Irvine.
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