Data from: Genomic collinearity and the genetic architecture of floral differences between the homoploid hybrid species I. nelsonii and one of its progenitors, I. hexagona

Sunni J. Taylor, Luis D. Rojas, Sheng-Wei Ho & Noland H. Martin
Hybrid speciation represents a relatively rapid form of diversification. Early models of homoploid hybrid speciation suggested that reproductive isolation between the hybrid species and progenitors primarily resulted from karyotypic differences between the species. However, genic incompatibilities and ecological divergence may also be responsible for isolation. Iris nelsonii is an example of a homoploid hybrid species that is likely isolated from its progenitors primarily by strong prezygotic isolation, including habitat divergence, floral isolation, and post-pollination prezygotic...
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