TOKYO — By studying a beautiful South American butterfly, researchers at textiles giant Teijin Ltd. have developed a new fiber that can reflect a radiant color without being dyed.

It works by using nanostructures to affect the way the fiber reflects light. Teijin has named it Morphotex, after the blue morpho butterfly, according to a spokesman.

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