An atypical mating system in a neotropical manakin

Milene G. Gaiotti, Michael Webster & Regina Macedo
Most of the diversity of in the mating systems of birds and other animals come at higher taxonomic levels, such as across orders. Although divergent selective pressures should lead to animal mating systems that diverge sharply from those of close relatives, opportunities to examine the importance of such processes are scarce. We addressed this issue using the Araripe manakin (Antilophia bokermanni), a species endemic to a forest enclave surrounded by xeric shrublands in Brazil. Most...
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