hybrid gull reproduction

Mike Patterson celata at pacifier.com
Mon Jan 26 17:27:39 PST 2004


This is what Wayne Hoffman's original 1978 paper found

Hoffman, W.,J.A.Wiens, and J.M.Scott. 1978.Hybridization
between gulls in the Pacific Northwest. Auk 95:441-458.

Easily available archives of the Auk do not appear to be
available, however.

Michael Donahue wrote:
> 
> There was also a paper in Evolution about 3 years ago by Thomas Good and Ray
> Periotti. They found that hybrids in Grays Harbor had GREATER nesting
> success that pure parentals. Don't have the reference handy.
> 
> Mike Donahue
> Seattle
> mailto: mgd at u.washington.edu

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