Data for: Neural divergence and hybrid disruption between ecologically isolated Heliconius butterflies

Stephen Montgomery, Matteo Rossi, W. Owen McMillan & Richard Merrill
The importance of behavioral evolution during speciation is well established, but we know little about how this is manifest in sensory and neural systems. A handful of studies have linked specific neural changes to divergence in host or mate preferences associated with speciation. However, the degree to which brains are adapted to local environmental conditions, and whether this contributes to reproductive isolation between close relatives that have diverged in ecology, remains unknown. Here, we examine...
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