Frontline interactions between avian interspecific brood parasites and their hosts
Studying interactions within and between species provides opportunities to observe consequences of natural selection. My thesis examines some aspects of the ecology and evolution of the interactions between avian brood parasites and their hosts. Evidence of coevolution, reciprocal evolution, between avian interspecific brood parasites and hosts is evident at all stages of the host nesting cycle. The first chapter of this thesis presents a broad literature review of these interactions....[Show more]
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