Data from: Weak habitat isolation in a threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus spp.) species pair

Laura Southcott, Laura Nagel, Todd Hatfield & Dolph Schluter
Reproductive isolation is central to the study of speciation. Multiple isolating barriers may prevent species from hybridizing, although their individual strength and the interactions between them are rarely measured. We quantified habitat isolation in a recently diverged threespine stickleback species pair (Gasterosteus aculeatus complex) and controlled for any such interactions. Using enclosures in an outdoor pond, we confirm that males of the two species strongly prefer different nesting habitats: limnetic males build nests in open...
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