POLYGENIC INHERITANCE OF A BEHAVIORAL PHENOTYPE: INTERSPECIFIC GENETICS OF SONG IN THE HAWAIIAN CRICKET GENUS LAUPALA

@article{Shaw1996POLYGENICIO,
  title={POLYGENIC INHERITANCE OF A BEHAVIORAL PHENOTYPE: INTERSPECIFIC GENETICS OF SONG IN THE HAWAIIAN CRICKET GENUS LAUPALA},
  author={Kerry L Shaw},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1996},
  volume={50}
}
  • K. Shaw
  • Published 1 February 1996
  • Biology
  • Evolution
The Hawaiian cricket genus Laupala (family Gryllidae) is one of several native genera of flightless crickets found in rain‐forest habitat across the Hawaiian archipelago. Species in this genus are morphologically quite similar, but the songs produced by adult males are acoustically distinct. I examined the nature of song variation found within Laupala paranigra and between Laupala kohalensis and L. paranigra, both endemic to the island of Hawaii. Variation within and among species was most… 
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