Data from: Adaptive radiation and the evolution of nectarivory in a large songbird clade

Petter Zahl Marki, Jonathan D. Kennedy, Chris Cooney, Carsten Rahbek & Jon Fjeldså
The accumulation of exceptional ecological diversity within a lineage is a key feature of adaptive radiation resulting from diversification associated with the subdivision of previously underutilized resources. The invasion of unoccupied niche space is predicted to be a key determinant of adaptive diversification, and this process may be particularly important if the diversity of competing lineages within the area, in which the radiation unfolds, is already high. Here, we test whether the evolution of nectarivory...
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