Data from: Neutral processes forming large clones during colonization of new areas

Marina Rafajlovic, David Kleinhans, Christian Gulliksson, Johan Fries, Daniel Johansson, Angelica Ardehed, Lisa Sundqvist, Ricardo T. Pereyra, Bernhard Mehlig, Per R. Jonsson & Kerstin Johannesson
In species reproducing both sexually and asexually clones are often more common in recently established populations. Earlier studies have suggested that this pattern arises due to natural selection favouring generally or locally successful genotypes in new environments. Alternatively, as we show here, this pattern may result from neutral processes during species’ range expansions. We model a dioecious species expanding into a new area in which all individuals are capable of both sexual and asexual reproduction,...
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