Data for: Variation in reproductive isolation across a species range

Karen Barnard-Kubow & Laura Galloway
Reproductive isolation is often variable within species, a phenomenon that while largely ignored by speciation studies, can be leveraged to gain insight into the poten- tial mechanisms driving the evolution of genetic incompatibilities. We used experi- mental greenhouse crosses to characterize patterns of reproductive isolation among three divergent genetic lineages of Campanulastrum americanum that occur in close geographic proximity in the Appalachian Mountains. Substantial, asymmetrical repro- ductive isolation for survival due to cytonuclear incompatibility was...
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