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Many Other Species Have Undergone Adaptive Radiations in Hawaii
Pages 20-24

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... They occupy habitats ranging from near sea level to the upper limits of vegetation on mountains and from semiarid desert areas to thick rainforests. In the 1980s, biologists studying the genetics of these species realized that they are far more closely related than they appear.
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... Counterclockwise from above, a vine, mat, shrub, tree, and the silversworc plant. (Photographs courtesy of Gerald Carr.)
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... Te/espiza cantans or Paroreomyza montana - Oreomystis bairdi Hemigna thus virens —Loxops caeruleirostris L coccineus Vestiaria coccinea Palmeria doled Himatione sanguinea Laysan Finch Fruit and seed eater Akikiki Small prey Hawaii Amakihi Nectar feeder and generalist .

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