Correction to 'Migration and the evolution of sexual dichromatism: evolutionary loss of female coloration with migration among wood-warblers'.

@article{Simpson2015CorrectionT,
  title={Correction to 'Migration and the evolution of sexual dichromatism: evolutionary loss of female coloration with migration among wood-warblers'.},
  author={Richard K Simpson and Michele A Johnson and Troy G Murphy},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={284 1858}
}
The mechanisms underlying evolutionary changes in sexual dimorphism have long been of interest to biologists. A striking gradient in sexual dichromatism exists among songbirds in North America, including the wood-warblers (Parulidae): males are generally more colourful than females at northern latitudes, while the sexes are similarly ornamented at lower latitudes. We use phylogenetically controlled comparative analysis to test three non-mutually exclusive hypotheses for the evolution of sexual… CONTINUE READING