Looks can be deceiving: speciation dynamics of co-distributed Angophora (Myrtaceae) species in a varying landscape

Susan Rutherford, Justin Wan, Joel Cohen, Doug Benson & Maurizio Rossetto
Understanding the mechanisms underlying species divergence remains a central goal in evolutionary biology. Landscape genetics can be a powerful tool for examining evolutionary processes. We used genome-wide scans to genotype samples from populations of eight Angophora species. Angophora is a small genus within the eucalypts comprising common and rare species in a heterogeneous landscape, making it an appropriate group to study speciation. We found A. hispida was highly differentiated from the other species. Two subspecies...
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