Der sibirische Zilpzalp (Phylloscopus collybita tristis): Gesang und Reaktion einer mitteleuropäischen Population im Freilandversuch

@article{Martens2005DerSZ,
  title={Der sibirische Zilpzalp (Phylloscopus collybita tristis): Gesang und Reaktion einer mitteleurop{\"a}ischen Population im Freilandversuch},
  author={Jochen Martens and Corinna Meincke},
  journal={Journal f{\"u}r Ornithologie},
  year={2005},
  volume={130},
  pages={455-473}
}
Der Gesang des sibirischen ZilpzalpsPhylloscopus collybita tristis unterscheidet sich markant von jenem der beiden mittel- und ost-europäischen SubspeziesPh. c. collybita undPh. c. abietinus. Unterschiede betreffen Qualität und Quantität des Element-Repertoires, Syntax, Rhythmus innerhalb der Strophen und Frequenzumfang der Strophe.Tristis verfügt über den reicheren und vielfältigeren Gesang. Das wird als apomorphes Merkmal betrachtet. Eine mitteleuropäischecollybita-Population reagiert… Expand
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