Phylloscopus borealoides Portenko — ein verkannter Laubsänger der Ost-Paläarktis

  title={Phylloscopus borealoides Portenko — ein verkannter Laubs{\"a}nger der Ost-Pal{\"a}arktis},
  author={Jochen Martens},
  journal={Journal f{\"u}r Ornithologie},
  • J. Martens
  • Published 1 July 1988
  • Biology
  • Journal für Ornithologie
Ussuri-Laubsänger (Phylloscopus tenellipes) vom ostsibirischen Festland und von den Inseln des Japanischen Meeres (Sachalin, S-Kurilen, Hokkaido, Hondo) sind morphologisch kaum unterscheidbar, in der Stimme jedoch äußerst verschieden. Die Festlandsform besitzt einen Heuschrecken-ähnlichen Schwirrer, die Inselform eine Serie heller Pfiffe. Da auch die Rufe betroffen sind, wird auf wenigstens partiell genetische Basis der Unterschiede geschlossen. Für beide Formen kommt nach der Struktur der Ges… 
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