Data from: Can mixed singing facilitate coexistence of closely related nightingale species?

Abel Souriau, Hana Kohoutová, Jiri Reif, Jana Vokurková, Adam Petrusek, Radka Reifová & Tereza Petruskova
Knowledge of the mechanisms facilitating the coexistence of closely-related competing species is crucial for understanding biodiversity patterns. The concept of convergent agonistic character displacement (ACD) suggests that interspecific interference competition may lead to convergence in territorial signals between species, which helps to establish interspecific territoriality and thus facilitate the species coexistence. Despite a strong theoretical background, however, empirical evidence for convergent ACD in nature is still scarce. Here we tested whether mixed singing (i.e., copying...
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