Reevaluating claims of ecological speciation in Halichoeres bivittatus

Dan Warren, Ron Eytan, Alex Dornburg, Teresa Iglesias, Matt Brandley & Peter Wainwright
Allopatry has traditionally been viewed as the primary driver of speciation in marine taxa, but the geography of the marine environment and the larval dispersal capabilities of many marine organisms render this view somewhat questionable. In marine fishes, one of the earliest and most highly cited empirical examples of ecological speciation with gene flow is the slippery dick wrasse, Halichoeres bivittatus. Evidence for this cryptic or incipient speciation event was primarily in the form of...
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