Data from: Lack of habitat segregation and no interspecific territoriality in three syntopic cryptic species of the golden-spectacled warblers Phylloscopus (Seicercus) burkii complex

Alexey Opaev & Yulia Kolesnikova
It is widely accepted that exploitative competition prevents the coexistence of any two or more closely-related species unless differences exists in their ecological niches and resource use. In sibling bird species, exploitative competition is reduced mainly by spatial segregation of competing species. Spatial segregation can be achieved in two basic ways: by using different habitats or microhabitats that each species is predominately exploiting, or by interspecific territoriality. To our knowledge, either habitat segregation or interspecific...
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