Data from: Host species of a sexual-parasite do not differentiate between clones of Amazon mollies

Amber M. Makowicz, Darrshini S. Muthurajah & Ingo Schlupp
A major mechanism of pre-zygotic isolation is the ability for individuals to recognize conspecifics. In gynogenetic species complexes, the sexual host species occur in syntopy with the unisexual species that relies on the sexuals’ sperm for reproduction, which provide an excellent opportunity for the evolution of fine-tuned species recognition capabilities. Here, we examined if males and females from both parental species (sailfin molly, Poecilia latipinna, and Atlantic molly, P. mexicana) can distinguish between different clonal...
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