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D. melanogaster
Inversion (1) white-mottled 4 Left roughest-3 Right
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    In combination with other aberrations

    Lethal in combination with Df(1)w67k30.

    Covered by Dp(1;3)wvco or Dp(1;2)51b. In(1)wm4Lrst3R/Df(1)w258-45 females are fertile, viable and white-eyed but produce no male progeny.

    In(1)wm4Lrst3R is covered by Dp(1;3)wm49a, Dp(1;3)wvco, Dp(1;2)51b and Dp(1;4)wm51c. Lethal in combination with Df(1)w258-11. Viable in combination with Df(1)w258-45, Df(1)w258-48 or Df(1)w-rG, producing white eyed flies.

    In(1)wm4Lrst3R/Dp(1;2)51b viable

    NOT in combination with other aberrations

    Homozygous males are lethal.

    Homozygous lethal.

    Male lethal, with occasional w rst escapers at 29o

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    Inversion (1) white-mottled 4 Left roughest-3 Right
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