Data from: Plumage coloration follows Gloger’s rule in a ring species

Raoul F. H. Ribot, Mathew L. Berg, Emanuel Schubert, John A. Endler & Andrew T. D. Bennett
Aim: Animal coloration is expected to differ between populations in different habitats according to Gloger’s rule, with darker animals found in more humid, vegetated or warmer environments. Yet despite considerable support across the globe, the mechanisms behind this biogeographical rule are currently still unclear. Exploiting a ring species with plumage coloration from crimson to pale yellow, we test Gloger’s rule and the mechanisms behind phenotypic divergence. Location: South-eastern Australia. Major taxa studied: Crimson rosellas (Platycercus...
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