Data from: Genetic analyses reveal hybridization but no hybrid swarm in one of the world's rarest birds

Tammy E Steeves, Richard F Maloney, Marie L Hale, Jason M Tylianakis & Neil J Gemmell
Abstract: Hybridization facilitated by human activities has dramatically altered the evolutionary trajectories of threatened taxa around the globe. Whereas introduced mammalian predators and widespread habitat loss and degradation clearly imperil the recovery and survival of the New Zealand endemic black stilt or kakī (Himantopus novaezelandiae), the risk associated with hybridization between this critically endangered endemic and its self-introduced congener, the pied stilt or poaka (H. himantopus leucocephalus) is less clear. Here we combine Bayesian admixture...
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