Spatial predictors of genomic and phenotypic variation differ in a lowland Middle American bird (Icterus gularis)

Lucas Rocha Moreira, Blanca E. Hernandez-Baños & Brian T. Smith
Spatial patterns of intraspecific variation are shaped by factors such as geographic distance among populations, historical changes in gene flow and interactions with local environments. Although these factors are not mutually exclusive and operate on both genomic and phenotypic variation, it is unclear how they affect these two axes of variation. We address this question by exploring the predictors of genomic and phenotypic divergence in Icterus gularis, a broadly distributed Middle American bird that exhibits...
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