Data from: Hybridization, species collapse, and species reemergence after disturbance to premating mechanisms of reproductive isolation

Robert Tucker Gilman & Jocelyn Elyssa Behm
There are now a number of well-studied cases in which hybridization between closely related sympatric species has increased, sometimes resulting in the replacement of species pairs by hybrid swarms. Many of these cases have been linked to anthropogenic environmental change, but the mechanisms leading from environmental change to species collapse, and the long-term effects of hybridization on species pairs, remain poorly understood. We used an individual-based stochastic simulation model to explore the conditions under which...
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