The Galápagos Finch

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Sources for Data Shown in The Galápagos Finches

Boag, P. T.  & Grant, P. R. (1981).  Intense Natural Selection in a Population of Darwin's Finches (Geospizinae) in the Galápagos. Science, 214, 82-85.

Boag, P. T.  & Grant, P. R.  (1984). Darwin's Finches (Geospiza) On Isla Daphne Major, Galápagos: Breeding and Feeding Ecology in a Climatically Variable Environment. Ecological monographs,  54 (4), 463-489.

Grant, P. R. (1989). Ecology and evolution of Darwin's finches. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Grant, P. R. & Grant, B. R. (1980). Annual variation in Finch numbers, foraging and food supply on Isla Daphne Major, Galápagos. Oecologia, 46, 55-62.

Grant, P. R. & Grant, B. R. (2002). Unpredictable Evolution in a 30-Year Study of Darwin's Finches. Science, 296, 707-711.

Grant, P. R. & Grant, B. R. (2008). How and why species multiply: the radiation of Darwin's Finches Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Grant, P. R., Smith, J. N. M., Grant, B. R., Abbott, I. J., & Abbott, L. K. (1975).  Finch numbers, owl predation and plant dispersal on Isla Daphne Major, Galápagos. Oecologia, 19, 239-257.

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