Data from: Heritability of plumage colour morph variation in a wild population of promiscuous, long-lived Australian magpies

Ana E. Dobson, Daniel J. Schmidt & Jane M. Hughes
Colour polymorphisms have evolutionary significance for the generation and maintenance of species diversity. Demonstrating heritability of polymorphic traits can be challenging for wild populations of long-lived species because accurate information is required on trait expression and familial relationships. The Australian magpie Cracticus tibicen has a continent-wide distribution featuring several distinct plumage morphs, differing primarily in colour of back feathers. Black or white backed morphs occur in eastern Australia, with intermediate morphs common in a narrow...
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