Corpus ID: 195060919

Studies of less familiar birds

@inproceedings{Nightingale2007StudiesOL,
  title={Studies of less familiar birds},
  author={T. Nightingale and N. On},
  year={2007}
}
The Thrush Nightingale Luscinia luscinia and the Nightingale L. megarhynchos together form a West Palearctic species group which provides one example of so-called 'sibling' species partnership (i.e. two species, each perfectly distinct in the biological sense and never hybridising*, but very difficult to separate in the field). It is believed that the distinction between the two was caused by geographical isolation during the last glacial period. The Thrush Nightingale breeds in boreal… Expand

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