Behavioral Isolating Mechanisms of the Treefrogs Hyla cinerea and H. gratiosa

@inproceedings{Oldham1975BehavioralIM,
  title={Behavioral Isolating Mechanisms of the Treefrogs Hyla cinerea and H. gratiosa},
  author={Robert S. Oldham and Howard C. Gerhardt},
  year={1975}
}
The reproductive behavior of two broadly sympatric, interfertile treefrogs, Hyla cinerea and Hyla gratiosa, was studied. Field observations corroborated the conclusions of a previous study (Mecham, 1960) regarding the incompleteness of ecological and temporal isolation and the significance of the species difference in calling position. Both species have more than one kind of call but discrimination experiments showed that in each species, one call is most important as a mate attractant. In… CONTINUE READING

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