ETHOLOGICAL ISOLATION AND PHYLOGENY IN THE PLANITIBIA SUBGROUP OF HAWAIIAN DROSOPHILA

@article{Kaneshiro1976ETHOLOGICALIA,
  title={ETHOLOGICAL ISOLATION AND PHYLOGENY IN THE PLANITIBIA SUBGROUP OF HAWAIIAN DROSOPHILA},
  author={Kenneth Y. Kaneshiro},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1976},
  volume={30}
}
Spieth (1966, 1968a, 1968b) reported laboratory and field observations of the bizarre courtship behavior patterns displayed by Hawaiian drosophilids and suggested the role of ethological isolation as one of the major reproductive isolating mechanisms in the endemic fauna. Additionally, Spieth (1966) showed that qualitative analyses of these courtship patterns permit one to infer the phylogenetic relationships of species sharing elements of these patterns. Although preliminary observations of… Expand
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