l(3)07615 << bk1 << Pc << bk2 << l(3)00534 << l(3)78Da << bk3
Heterozygous males have ectopic sex combs on the second and third legs (37% and 6% of flies respectively).
14.5% of heterozygous males have sex combs on the second and/or third legs.
Heterozygous adults show transformation of second and third legs to first leg. The frequency and severity of this transformation is suppressed by mod(mdg4)ul or mod(mdg4)T16. Dominantly suppresses the effect of mod(mdg4)ul on the y2 phenotype.
Heterozygosity for this deletion suppresses the mutant ovarian phenotype of ovoD2.
Heterozygous males have sex comb teeth on all legs with an average of over 4 teeth per leg on the second leg and over 2 teeth per leg on the third leg.