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The correct answer choice is (D)
If females are assigned to Veblen South and Veblen North, then four of the wings are assigned to females:
The remaining four wings must then be assigned as follows: three wings to males and one wing to females. Because Wisteria cannot have males assigned to both wings (per the fourth rule), at most one of the Wisteria wings can be assigned males, and by Hurdling the Uncertainty we can deduce that Richards South and Tuscarora South are assigned males, resulting in the following setup:
Accordingly, answer choice (D) is correct.