Phylogenetic Relationship And Song Differences Between Closely Related Bush Warblers (Cettia seebohmi And C. diphone)

@inproceedings{Hamao2008PhylogeneticRA,
  title={Phylogenetic Relationship And Song Differences Between Closely Related Bush Warblers (Cettia seebohmi And C. diphone)},
  author={S. Hamao and M. J. Veluz and T. Saitoh and I. Nishiumi},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract We investigated the phylogenetic relationship and differences in the song structure between the Philippine Bush Warbler (Cettia seebohmi) and the Japanese Bush Warbler (C. diphone). We compared complete sequences of the mitochondrial cyt-b gene of C. seebohmi to those of other Cettia taxa from GenBank and found C. seebohmi formed a monophyletic group with C. haddeni and C. diphone. The phylogenetic tree also suggests that C. seebohmi is more closely related to C. haddeni than to C… Expand
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