Data from: Cultural isolation is greater than genetic isolation across an avian hybrid zone

Haley L. Kenyon, Miguel Alcaide, David P.L. Toews, Darren E. Irwin & D. P. L. Toews
Elucidating the relationship between genetic and cultural evolution is important in understanding speciation, as learned premating barriers might be involved in maintaining species differences. Here we test this relationship by examining a widely recognized premating barrier, bird song, in a hybrid zone between black-throated green (Setophaga virens) and Townsend's warblers (S. townsendi). We use song analysis, genomic techniques and playback experiments to characterize the cultural and genetic backgrounds of individuals in this region, expecting that...
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