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DarkMagickan


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https://www.axios.com/a-new-bird-species-is-seen-emerging-in-real-time-1513307152-569a0b8e-25b0-429c-9bca-c5e72985f30a.html

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The link wrote:What happened: Native females didn't recognize the songs of the new hybrid males, so instead of breeding with the local population as expected, the hybrids bred within their population. This paper shows that after just two generations, they stopped breeding with other populations and have remained reproductively isolated ever since.

How do we know if it's not inbreeding?

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chantal71 wrote:
The link wrote:What happened: Native females didn't recognize the songs of the new hybrid males, so instead of breeding with the local population as expected, the hybrids bred within their population. This paper shows that after just two generations, they stopped breeding with other populations and have remained reproductively isolated ever since.

How do we know if it's not inbreeding?
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