Population genomics and sexual signals identify reproductive interference in Uperoleia

Renee Catullo, Frederick Jaya, Jessie Tanner, Michael Whitehead, Paul Doughty, Scott Keogh & Craig Moritz
When closely related species come into contact via range expansion, both may experience reduced fitness as a result of the interaction. Selection is expected to favor traits that minimize costly interspecies reproductive interactions (such as mismating) via a phenomenon called reproductive character displacement (RCD). Research on RCD frequently assumes secondary contact between species, but the geographic history of species interactions is often unknown. Landscape genomic data allows tests of geographic hypotheses about species origins and...
This data repository is not currently reporting usage information. For information on how your repository can submit usage information, please see our documentation.