The severity of the leg defects seen in dppd6/dppd16 flies is enhanced by B1. There is an overall shortening in length along the proximal-distal axis of the leg and complete or partial fusion or even total loss of tarsal segments. The tibia and femur are deformed, showing shortening, bulging and disorganised bristle patterns. The coxa and trochanter are not so strongly affected. The sex comb of the prothoracic leg, when present, is always duplicated in these flies. The antenna phenotype of dppd6/dppd16 flies is enhanced by B1; the arista, 4th and 5th segments are completely absent and the 2nd and 3rd segments are widened and deformed and have defects in the bristle pattern. B1 ; dppd6/dppd16 flies completely lack ommatidia. All B1 ; dppd6/dppd16 males completely lack external genitalia.
Selected as: Female.