Data from: Is black plumage an adaptation to high elevations in a cosmopolitan bird genus?

Sandoval L, Barrantes G

Date Published: May 30, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mm4qb48

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Description Altitudinal distribution and main black color of plumage in males of 60 species and subspecies of thrushes used in the plumage reconstruction analysis. It is include the continent where each species inhabit and if have latitudinal migration (partial migration mean that all individuals from one species migrate to non-reproductive areas, but reproductive and non-reproductive areas overlap geographically). Information was obtained from Clement and Hathway (2000) and Collar (2005) reviews of the Turdidae family.
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Sandoval L, Barrantes G (2019) Is black plumage an adaptation to high elevations in a cosmopolitan bird genus?. Journal of Avian Biology 50(7): jav.02041. https://doi.org/10.1111/jav.02041

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