Data from: Divergent natural selection drives the evolution of reproductive isolation in an Australian wildflower

Thomas J. Richards, Gregory M. Walter, Katrina McGuigan, Daniel Ortiz-Barrientos & Greg M. Walter
Ecological speciation occurs when reproductive isolation evolves between populations adapting to contrasting environments. A key prediction of this process is that the fitness of hybrids between divergent populations should be reduced in each parental environment as a function of the proportion of local genes they carry, a process resulting in ecologically dependent reproductive isolation (RI). To test this prediction, we use reciprocal transplant experiments between adjacent populations of an Australian wildflower, Senecio lautus, at two...
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