2 edition of Ecological isolation in birds. found in the catalog.
Ecological isolation in birds.
David Lambert Lack
Bibliography: p. 357-374.
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He also identified sexual selection as a. Ecological Adaptations for Breeding in Birds. Davi n, London, (U. distributor, Barnes and Noble, New York). xii + pp., illus. $15Cited by: 5. The three types of ecological isolation are behavioral, geographic, and Temporal isolation.
Behavioral You have two groups of birds that live on different parts of the valley.