SELECTIVE PREDATION OF GRAY JAYS, PERISOREUS CANADENSIS, UPON BOREAL CHORUS FROGS, PSEUDACRIS TRISERIATA

@article{Tordoff1980SELECTIVEPO,
  title={SELECTIVE PREDATION OF GRAY JAYS, PERISOREUS CANADENSIS, UPON BOREAL CHORUS FROGS, PSEUDACRIS TRISERIATA},
  author={Walter Tordoff},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1980},
  volume={34}
}
Wright (1948) pointed out that the conditions most favorable for rapid evolution exist when a species is divided into a large number of local populations, some of which are of small or medium effective size. Such conditions exist in the chorus frog, Pseudacris triseriata, in the mountains near Chambers Lake, Larimer County, Colorado. There are at least 21 breeding sites within a three mile radius among which exchange of individuals, and thus genetic interchange, occurs infrequently, if at all… Expand
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