Data from: Coevolution is linked with phenotypic diversification but not speciation in avian brood parasites

Iliana Medina & Naomi E. Langmore
Coevolution is often invoked as an engine of biological diversity. Avian brood parasites and their hosts provide one of the best-known examples of coevolution. Brood parasites lay their eggs in the nests of other species, selecting for host defences and reciprocal counter-adaptations in parasites. In theory, this arms race should promote increased rates of speciation and phenotypic evolution. Here we use recently developed methods to test whether the three largest avian brood parasitic lineages show...
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