Data from: Fitness and morphological outcomes of many generations of hybridization in the copepod Tigriopus californicus

Victoria L. Pritchard, Suzanne Edmands, Jennifer Zieba, Vanessa L. Knutson & Melisa Lee
Hybridization between genetically divergent populations is an important evolutionary process, with an outcome that is difficult to predict. We used controlled crosses and freely mating hybrid swarms, followed for up to 30 generations, to examine the morphological and fitness consequences of interpopulation hybridization in the copepod Tigriopus californicus. Patterns of fitness in two generations of controlled crosses were partly predictive of long-term trajectories in hybrid swarms. For one pair of populations, controlled crosses revealed neutral...
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