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Unformatted text preview: na L. nigra L. paranigra L. makaio L. orientalis L. prosea L. vespertina 100 100 100 L. molokaiensis 100 100 Laupala AFLP NJ tree/bootstraps 1048 characters 100 54 94 Hawaii! L. pacifica 100 L. tantalis L. wailua L. kanaele L. koloa L. kokeensis P. kukui Species are -morphologically similar BUT -acoustically distinct -genetically distinct Laupala Mendelson and Shaw, Nature, 2005 0.005 changes 16 9/19/13 L. cerasina 100 94 Laupala L. eukolea 100 65 100 97 L. fugax 98 L. melewiki 91 100 73 L. spisa 100 L. neospisa 71 L. hapapa L. oahuensis L. pacifica 100 L. hualalai 100 95 L. pruna 100 0.43 my 65 L. kohalensis 94 100 95 86 L. makaio 88 100 L. orientalis 100 L. prosea 100 L. vespertina 100 L. molokaiensis 100 L. tantalis 100 L. wailua L. kanaele L. koloa 100 100 100 n=n0ert L. paranigra 100 82 L. kona L. nigra 100 69 100 dn/dt= rn 100 54 r ˆ= ln n -ln n0 Laupala t r ˆ = 4.17 spp/my L. kokeensis P. kukui 0.005 changes Laupala mating behavior Mendelson and Shaw, Nature, 2005 singing phonotaxis Long range singing, phonotaxis Antennal contact (chemical cues) Close range singing chemical signaling Male pumping Male-female circling Facing Microspermatophore production copulation Copulation Mate guarding Pair separation Female consumes spermatophore mate guarding 17 9/19/13 Variation among species: song produced by males, attractive to females PP 5.25 L. cerasina 100 94 Laupala L. eukolea 100 65 100 97 98 100 5.00 4.75 L. melewiki 91 73 kHz L. fugax L. spisa 100 L. neospisa 71 L. hapapa L. oahuensis L. pacifica 100 L. hualalai 100 4.50 0 1 time (seconds) 2 95 L. pruna 100 65 L. kohalensis 100 54 94 100 95 86 100 69 100 88 100 100 100 100 100 82 100 100 100 100 100 L. kona L. nigra L. paranigra L. makaio L. orientalis L. prosea L. vespertina L. molokaiensis L. tantalis L. wailua L. kanaele L. koloa L. kokeensis P. kukui 0.005 changes Dan Fergus Shaw Lab, Cornell University Can behavioral barriers initiate speciation? 18 Trait Mal...
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