Local adaptation across a complex bioclimatic landscape in two montane bumble bee species

Jason Jackson, Meaghan Pimsler, Kennan Oyen, James Strange, Michael Dillon & Jeffrey Lozier
Understanding evolutionary responses to variation in temperature and precipitation across species ranges is of fundamental interest given ongoing climate change. The importance of temperature and precipitation for multiple aspects of bumble bee (Bombus) biology, combined with large geographic ranges that expose populations to diverse environmental pressures, make these insects well-suited for studying local adaptation. We analyzed genome-wide sequence data from two widespread bumble bees, Bombus vosnesenskii and Bombus vancouverensis, using multiple Environmental Association Analysis methods...
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