Hawaiian, Australasian Honeyeaters Land on Different Branches of Bird Tree, Genetic Study Finds | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A group of extinct Hawaiian birds called honeyeaters evolved independently from very similar nectar-feeding birds in Australia, New Guinea, and other parts of the Pacific, a new sequencing study suggests.

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