Effect of Sympatry on Meadowlark Vocalizations

  • JULIE MEENTS ORDAL
  • Published 2001

Abstract

When the ranges of two similar species partially overlap, differences between the two species are usually greater in the areas of overlap than where they are separate. This is character displacement as described by Brown and Wilson (1956). Lack ( 1971) cited many examples of character displacement in such features as morphology, habitat, and feeding… (More)

Topics

2 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{ORDAL2001EffectOS, title={Effect of Sympatry on Meadowlark Vocalizations}, author={JULIE MEENTS ORDAL}, year={2001} }