Data from: Isolation by time and habitat and coexistence of distinct host races of the common cuckoo

Anders P Møller, Anton Antonov, Bard G Stokke, Frode Fossøy, Arne Moksnes, Eivin Røskaft & Fugo Takasu
Isolation by time occurs when different populations of a single species reproduce at different times and thereby reduce the probability of interbreeding, potentially causing divergent adaptation to timing of reproduction, eventually resulting in ecological species separated by timing of reproduction. We analyzed extensive data on timing of reproduction by different host races of the common cuckoo Cuculus canorus that is an obligate brood parasite laying eggs in the nests of many different species of passerine...
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