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From: Open questions: Tackling Darwin’s “instincts”: the genetic basis of behavioral evolution

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Evolving behaviors. Examples of genetically defined behaviors that differ between closely related species. Top: Differences in the use of wing “rowing” in the male courtship routine of drosophilid species, illustrated by chronophotography [17]. Bottom: Differences in burrow construction between Peromyscus deer mice species [10] (image credit: Brant Peterson and Hopi Hoekstra)

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