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Horizontal and elevational phylogeographic patterns of Himalayan and Southeast Asian forest passerines (Aves: Passeriformes)
Aim  Zoogeographic patterns in the Himalayas and their neighbouring Southeast Asian mountain ranges include elevational parapatry and ecological segregation, particularly among passerine birdExpand
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The great tit (Parus major) — a misclassified ring species
The great tit (Parus major) has been considered to be the most typical example of an avian ring species. The terminal taxa of the ring (major and minor sectors) are supposed to be reproductivelyExpand
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PHYLOGENETIC SIGNAL IN THE SONG OF CRESTS AND KINGLETS (AVES: REGULUS)
Abstract Territorial song structures are often the most prominent characters for distinguishing closely related taxa among songbirds. Learning processes may cause convergent evolution of passerineExpand
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Indochinese‐Sundaic faunal transition and phylogeographical divides north of the Isthmus of Kra in Southeast Asian Bulbuls (Aves: Pycnonotidae)
Aim For terrestrial organisms, a faunal transition zone between the Indochinese and Sundaic regions is delimited north of the Isthmus of Kra on the Thai-Malay Peninsula. We used a mitochondrialExpand
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Where is the line? Phylogeography and secondary contact of western Palearctic coal tits (Periparus ater: Aves, Passeriformes, Paridae)
Abstract In this study, a phylogeographic scenario of the coal tit (Periparus ater) was reconstructed based on a fragment of the mitochondrial control region, and within- and between-populationExpand
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Uncommon paleodistribution patterns of Chrysolophus pheasants in east Asia: explanations and implications
Some modeling studies indicated that the past distributions of species in east Asia during the Last Interglacial (LIG) and Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) periods differ from those of European and NorthExpand
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Population differentiation in the marginal populations of the great tit (Paridae: Parus major )
The major subspecies group of the great tit, Parus major, has experienced demographic and spatial expansions during the last century in several sites at the edges of its distribution range. TheseExpand
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Song evolution in the coal tit Parus ater
Since in oscine birds song divergence often leads to premating reproductive isolation, we asked which factors drive the evolution of song in a widespread species, the coal tit Parus ater. Based on anExpand
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Museum archives revisited: Central Asiatic hawkmoths reveal exceptionally high late Pliocene species diversification (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
Three high‐elevation Hyles species of Central Asia have proven difficult to sample, and thus, only a limited number of specimens are available for study. Ancient DNA techniques were applied toExpand
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S17-3 The golden-spectacled warbler (Seicercus burkii auct.) — a Sino- Himalayan species swarm
The Golden-spectacled warbler (Seicercus burkii auct.), a widespread "species" in southeastern Asia, consists of a swarm of cryptic species. Recently unmasked independently by a Swedish and a GermanExpand
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