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TaeCeline

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HELP! Initially, the myrtle warbler and Audubon's warbler were considered two different species. These birds have now been reclassified as eastern and western forms of a single species. Which of the following pieces of evidence would warrant this reclassification? A. the two forms interbreed successfully where their habitats overlap. B. The two forms live in habitats with similar terain and temperatures C. The two forms eat the same type of wood grubs and flying insects D. The two forms display very similar physical traits such as coloration and tail-shape.

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  1. EvonHowell
    • 3 years ago
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    What subject are you in?

  2. TaeCeline
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    biology

  3. mrussell978
    • 3 years ago
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    A. the two forms can interbreed.

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