Date: 7/30/19 9:21 pm
From: Craig Miller <gismiller...>
Subject: [obol] Re: Hybrid zone
Well, looking at Tom Crabtree's eBird map, it looks like there are plenty
of titmouse records east of the Warners.
It's all juniper habitat, at least to the Klamath line...

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On Tue, Jul 30, 2019 at 9:15 PM Craig Miller <gismiller...> wrote:

> Just to set the record straight, I know of no titmouse records *west* of
> the Warner divide, but they occur regularly north along Fish Creek Rim
> nearly to Plush, and irregularly along the west slopes of Hart Mountain as
> far north as DeGarmo Canyon. I know of one record at Blue Sky at Hart
> Mountain, and the northernmost one on Table Rock northeast of Silver Lake.
> They extend south from the Warner Valley into Nevada and possibly into the
> extreme northeast corner of California.
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>> There are zero titmice to the east of Adel and zero to the north. Why
>> would this spot generate hybrids? There is a large titmousefree zone west
>> of the Warner Range. I fully understand the pitfall of basing an ID on
>> geography alone. But the isolation of the Adel population makes trying to
>> turn it into a hybrid zone spurious at best.
>>
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