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Darwin’s finches, inhabiting the Galápagos archipelago and Cocos Island, constitute an iconic model for studies of speciation and… Expand Invasive species are predicted to suffer from reductions in genetic diversity during founding events, reducing adaptive potential… Expand Competitor species can have evolutionary effects on each other that result in ecological character displacement; that is… Expand Darwin's finches are a classic example of species diversification by natural selection. Their impressive variation in beak… Expand Evolution can be predicted in the short term from a knowledge of selection and inheritance. However, in the long term evolution… Expand Being old enough to remember the era of vinyl record albums, in which record companies often repackaged the same songs in… Expand Speciation in many animal taxa is catalysed by the evolutionary diversification of mating signals. According to classical… Expand A male zebra finch learns a song by listening to a tutor, but song learning is normally restricted to a critical period in… Expand After his famous visit to the Galapagos Islands, Darwin speculated that "one might fancy that, from an original paucity of birds… Expand Root crop cleaning apparatus including a pair of adjacent, counterrotating cleaning rolls arranged in root crop receiving… Expand