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Evolution of behavioral reproductive isolation in a laboratory stock ofDrosophila silvestris
A laboratory stock ofD. silvestris has become partially sexually isolated since its origin from 1 natural population of this species. Evolution of reproductive isolation is probably incidental toExpand
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Ethological isolation among three species of the planitibia subgroup of Hawaiian Drosophila.
Drosophila heteroneura and D. silvestris are sympatric species living on the island of Hawaii, while D. planitibia is allopatric on the nearby island of Maui. A pronounced ethological isolation isExpand
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INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDS OF DROSOPHILA HETERONEURA AND D. SILVESTRIS I. COURTSHIP SUCCESS
Drosophila heteroneura and D. silvestris are well‐defined, sympatric species of the planitibia subgroup of Hawaiian Drosophila. D. silvestris can be subdivided into two allopatric morphotypes thatExpand
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Cytogenetic study of three closely related species of Hawaiian Drosophila
Three allopatric species from the Hawaiian islands, Drosophila bostrycha (Molokai), D. affinidisjuncta (West Maui), and D. disjuncta (East Maui), are extremely similar in morphology but differ inExpand
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Cytogenetic Relationships of Drosophila Affinidisjuncta Hardy
Cytological investigations of the mito tic metaphase chromosomes in the disjuncta bostrycha species complex have led to the discovery of a new species of the pic ture-winged group, DrosophilaExpand
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ALDEHYDE OXIDASE DISTRIBUTION IN PICTURE‐WINGED HAWAIIAN DROSOPHILA: EVOLUTIONARY TRENDS
  • J. N. Ahearn, D. Kuhn
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 July 1981
Dipteran imaginal discs, especially those of Drosophila, are a unique system for the study of genetic control in determination and differentiation (Gehring, 1978). Although differentiation of adultExpand
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Ethological Isolation AmongThreeSpecies oftheplanitibia Subgroup ofHawaiian Drosophila
Drosophila heteroneura andD. silvestris aresympatric species living ontheisland ofHawaii, while D.planitibia isallopatric on thenearbyislandofMaui. A pronouncedethological isolation isfoundbetweentheExpand