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High egg rejection rate in a Chinese population of grey-backed thrush (Turdus hortulorum)

Can-Chao Yang Long-Wu Wang Wei Liang Anders Møller

Can-Chao Yang, Long-Wu Wang, Wei Liang, Anders Møller. High egg rejection rate in a Chinese population of grey-backed thrush (Turdus hortulorum). Zoological Research, 2019, 40(3): 226-230. doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2019.039
Citation: Can-Chao Yang, Long-Wu Wang, Wei Liang, Anders Møller. High egg rejection rate in a Chinese population of grey-backed thrush (Turdus hortulorum). Zoological Research, 2019, 40(3): 226-230. doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2019.039

中国的灰背鸫(Turdus hortulorum)种群具有很强的卵识别能力

doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2019.039

High egg rejection rate in a Chinese population of grey-backed thrush (Turdus hortulorum)

Funds: This study was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (31672303 to C.Y., 31660617 to L.W. and 31472013 and 31772453 to W.L.)
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    Corresponding author: Wei Liang
  • 摘要: 以往研究表明,清巢行为是晚成性鸟类一种普遍的行为适应,而卵识别则是对种间巢寄生的一种反寄生行为。但欧洲最近的一项研究却认为,鸫类的卵识别是对同种寄生的一种反寄生行为,而种间寄生只是其行为进化的副产品。显然,关于鸫类卵识别能力的进化需要更多的物种及其更多地理种群加以验证。我们对中国东北的一个灰背鸫(Turdus hortulorum)种群的卵识别能力进行了研究。通过测量灰背鸫和实验卵的卵色光谱,我们发现灰背鸫在没有发现种间寄生,也没有同种寄生的情况下,拒绝外来非模拟卵的概率高达100%。我们的结果不支持同种寄生而导致卵识别能力进化的观点,但这需要今后在中国更多的鸫类鸟种及其地理种群开展实验验证。
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  • 收稿日期:  2018-10-18
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