Data from: Interploidal hybridization and mating patterns in the Sphagnum subsecundum complex

Mariana Ricca, P. Szövényi, Matthew G Johnson, A Jonathan Shaw & Eva M. Temsch
Polyploidization is thought to result in instant sympatric speciation, but several cases of hybrid zones between one of the parental species and its polyploid derivative have been documented. Previous work showed that diploid Sphagnum lescurii is an allopolyploid derived from the haploids S. lescurii (maternal progenitor) and S. subsecundum (paternal progenitor). Here we report the results from analyses of a population where allodiploid and haploid S. lescurii co-occur and produce sporophytes. We tested (1) whether...
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