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What Might have been the Ancestor of New World Siskins?



Antonio Arnaiz-Villena*, Valentin Ruiz-del-Valle, Raquel Reguera, Pablo Gomez-Prieto, Juan Ignacio Serrano-Vela
Department of Immunology, University Complutense and The Madrid Regional Blood Center, Madrid, Spain


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Abstract

Eurasian Carduelis spinus (siskin) has given rise to the C.pinus (pine siskin) North American radiation,which includes C.dominicensis, C.p. perplexus and C.atriceps .

It is addressed the question why C.spinus is not thriving now in America.