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Record #143052:

Interspecific hybridization between the Siberian tit Parus cinctus and the willow tit Parus montanus produces fertile offspring / A. Järvinen.

Title: Interspecific hybridization between the Siberian tit Parus cinctus and the willow tit Parus montanus produces fertile offspring / A. Järvinen.
Author(s): Järvinen, A.
Date: 1997.
In: Ornis Fennica. (1997.), Vol. 74(3) (1997)
Abstract: In summer 1995 female Siberian tit and male willow tit nested in Kilpisjärvi National Park and produced seven fledglings. Following year a male of this brood produced two fledglings with a female Siberian tit. Breeding success of other reported mixed pairs is poorish. Mixing probably takes place where birch forest fringes Siberian tit's taiga abode. Climate changes may alter whole bird population of area.
Notes:

Ornis Fennica. Vol. 74(3) :149-152 (1997).

Keywords: 591.16 -- Animal reproduction.
591.9 -- Animal distribution.
598.841 -- Paridae: Parus cinctus.
598.841 -- Paridae: Parus montanus.
H5 -- Zoology: birds.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*561) -- Finnish Lapland.
SPRI record no.: 143052

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