From refugia to contact: pine processionary moth hybrid zone in a complex biogeographic setting

Kahraman İpekdal, Christian Burban, Laure Sauné, Andrea Battisti & Carole Kerdelhué
Contact zones occur at the crossroad between specific dispersal routes and are facilitated by biogeographic discontinuities. Here we focused on two Lepidoptera sister species that come in contact near the Turkish Straits System (TSS). We aimed to infer their phylogeographic histories in the Eastern Mediterranean and finely analyse their co-occurrence and hybridisation patterns in this biogeographical context. We used molecular mitochondrial and nuclear markers to study 224 individuals from 42 localities. We used discordances between...
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