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Dichromatic may refer to:
- Dichromacy, a form of color-blindness in which only two light wavelengths are distinguished rather than the usual three
- Dichromatic, describing an optical device which splits light into two parts according to its wavelength: a form of dichroism
- A form of polymorphism (biology), typical in sexual dimorphism, in which there are two phenotypes, each with different colouration or ornamentation.
- Dichromatic reflectance model
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