Dynamic shifts in social network structure and composition within a breeding hybrid population

David Zonana, Jennifer Gee, Michael Breed & Daniel Doak
1. Mating behavior and the timing of reproduction can inhibit genetic exchange between closely related species; however, these reproductive barriers are challenging to measure within natural populations. Social network analysis provides promising tools for studying the social context of hybridization, and the exchange of genetic variation, more generally. 2. We test how social networks within a hybrid population of California (Callipepla californica) and Gambel’s quail (Callipepla gambelii) change over discrete periods of a breeding season....
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