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A Complex Example of Coexistence
A World Survey
Another World Survey
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absent adapted Africa archipelago beak Blue Tit broadleaved woods Brown Noddy bushes C.psittacula cent Chaffinch character displacement Chickadee Coal Tit coexist competitive exclusion congeneric species congeners conifers Crested Tit cultivated land Darwin's finches diet differ in habitat differences in feeding ecological isolation Europe European feeding stations flycatchers G.magnirostris genera genus H H H Hence highland Hispaniola insects islands Jamaica land birds larger Lesser Antilles lowland mainland Marsh Tit Mayr montane montane forest Moreau mountains nesting northern number of species Nuthatch occurs parasitizes Parus passerine passerine birds passerine species pine Pipit presumably prey Puerto Rico restricted Robert Gillmor scrub seeds segregated separated by feeding separated by habitat separated by range shown in fig shrikes Siberian Tit similar smaller southern species are separated species separated subspecies superspecies three species Thrush trees tropical Warbler West Indies white-eyes widespread Willow Tit winglength winter woodland Woodpecker zone Zosteropidae Zosterops