Data from: Molecular signatures of selection on reproductive character displacement of flower color in Phlox drummondii

Robin Hopkins, Donald A. Levin & Mark D Rausher
Character displacement, which arises when species diverge in sympatry to decrease competition for resources or reproductive interference, has been observed in a wide variety of plants and animals. A classic example of reproductive character displacement, presumed to be caused by reinforcing selection, is flower-color variation in the native Texas wildflower Phlox drummondii. Here we use population genetic analyses to investigate molecular signatures of selection on flower-color variation in this species. First, we quantify patterns of...
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