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Sequential organization in the song of thrush nightingale (Luscinia luscinia): clustering and sequential order of the song types
Abstract Sequential organization (or syntax) is widely recognized as one of the most intriguing traits of avian song. We examined the singing of thrush nightingale (Luscinia luscinia) with emphasisExpand
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Between order and chaos: contrasting syntax in the advertising song of Dusky (Phylloscopus fuscatus) and Radde’s (Ph. schwarzi) Warblers
AbstractDusky (Phylloscopus fuscatus) and Radde’s (Ph. schwarzi) Warblers are small insectivorous avian species occurring as regular inhabitants of the taiga in central and eastern Siberia. TheirExpand
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Patterns of genetic, phenotypic, and acoustic variation across a chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita abietinus/tristis) hybrid zone
Abstract Characterizing patterns of evolution of genetic and phenotypic divergence between incipient species is essential to understand how evolution of reproductive isolation proceeds. Hybrid zonesExpand
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Genetic and vocal differentiation in hybrid zones of passerine birds: Siberian and European chiffchaffs (Phylloscopus [collybita] tristis and Ph. [c.] abietinus) in the southern Urals
384 Molecular genetic methods offer new prospects in studying natural hybridization of animals by providing the inviting possibility to simultaneously analyze the genotypic and phenotypic charactersExpand
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Heterogeneous Patterns of Genetic Diversity and Differentiation in European and Siberian Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita abietinus/P. tristis)
Identification of candidate genes for trait variation in diverging lineages and characterization of mechanistic underpinnings of genome differentiation are key steps toward understanding theExpand
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Variation of song and plumage in the western (Phylloscopus trochiloides viridanus) and eastern (Phylloscopus trochiloides plumbeitarsus) forms of the greenish warbler in a sympatry zone: Is the
The Greenish Warbler is a classical example of ring speciation in birds. Typical ring species are supposed to form a chain of intergrading populations encircling a geographic barrier, and theExpand
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Syntax of complex bird song in the large-billed reed warbler (Acrocephalus orinus)
Abstract Among songbirds there are species with rich and variable repertoires and very complex sequences of sounds that are hard to analyse. Here, we investigate repertoire and syntax organization inExpand
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Individual, population, and geographic differentiation in advertising song of the Blyth’s reed warbler, Acrocephalus dumetorum (Sylvidae)
Processes of differentiation in the advertising song of the Blyth’s reed warbler have been studied both within local populations and over the species range. Individual vocal repertoires of males fromExpand
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