Figure S4 from How to fight multiple enemies: target-specific chemical defences in an aposematic moth
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Differences in composition between the ‘neck’ (a) and abdominal (b) fluids of wood tiger moths. Neck fluids have a richer chemical profile, with their main compounds being carboxylic acids (see Table II in Supplementary Material 5). Photos: Janne Valkonen.