- Title Pages
- Part 1 <i>Prelude</i>
- Chapter 1 Darwinism and Wallacism
- Chapter 2 A Red Bird in a Brown Bag
- Chapter 3 In the Eye of the Beholder
- Part 2 <i>The Proximate Control and Function of Red Plumage</i>
- Chapter 4 You Are What You Eat
- Chapter 5 A Matter of Condition
- Chapter 6 Darwin Vindicated
- Chapter 7 Fine Fathers and Good Genes
- Chapter 8 Studs, Duds, and Studly Duds
- Chapter 9 The Feeling’s Mutual
- Part 3 <i>Biogeography and the Evolution of Colorful Plumage</i>
- Chapter 10 From the Halls of Montezuma to the Shores of Tripoli (New York)
- Chapter 11 Why Red?
- Chapter 12 Epilogue
- (p.281) Chapter 12 Epilogue
- A Red Bird in a Brown Bag
Geoffrey E. Hill
- Oxford University Press
This chapter discusses future research challenges in studies of red coloration in the House Finch and studies of ornamental traits in general.
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