Origin of Japanese White-Eyes and Brown-Eared Bulbuls on the Volcano Islands.

@article{Sugita2016OriginOJ,
  title={Origin of Japanese White-Eyes and Brown-Eared Bulbuls on the Volcano Islands.},
  author={Norimasa Sugita and Kazuto Kawakami and Isao Nishiumi},
  journal={Zoological science},
  year={2016},
  volume={33 2},
  pages={146-53}
}
The Ogasawara Archipelago comprises two groups of oceanic islands: the Bonin Islands, formed in the Paleogene, and the Volcano Islands, formed in the Quaternary. These groups are located within a moderate distance (ca. 160-270 km) of one another; thus, most land bird species are not distinguished as different subspecies. Two land birds, however, show… CONTINUE READING