GLOGER'S RULE AND PIGMENTATION OF COLLEMBOLA

@article{Rapoport1969GLOGERSRA,
  title={GLOGER'S RULE AND PIGMENTATION OF COLLEMBOLA},
  author={E. Rapoport},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1969},
  volume={23}
}
Pigmentation in warm-blooded animals has been related to latitude, temperature, humidity, rainfall, and solar radiation. The original observations by Gloger (1833) on the coloration of birds in relation to their geographical position have been confirmed for different species belonging to several taxa, though some important exceptions were pointed out by Burt (1954) and Croizat (1964). The decrease of pigmentation at higher latitudes, however, does not seem to be valid for invertebrates… Expand
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