Data from: Gene flow and the maintenance of species boundaries

Erica L. Larson, Thomas A. White, Charles L. Ross & Richard G. Harrison
Hybrid zones are regions where individuals from genetically differentiated populations meet and mate, resulting in at least some offspring of mixed ancestry. Patterns of gene flow (introgression) in hybrid zones vary across the genome, allowing assessment of the role of individual genes or genome regions in reproductive isolation. Here, we document patterns of introgression between two recently diverged species of field crickets. We sample at a very fine spatial scale and genotype crickets for 110...
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