Data from: Genetic divergence and the number of hybridizing species affect the path to homoploid hybrid speciation

Aaron A. Comeault & Daniel R. Matute
Hybridization is often maladaptive, and in some instances has led to the loss of biodiversity. However, hybridization can also promote speciation, such as during homoploid hybrid speciation, thereby generating biodiversity. Despite examples of homoploid hybrid species, the importance of hybridization as a speciation mechanism is still widely debated, and we lack a general understanding of the conditions most likely to generate homoploid hybrid species. Here we show that the level of genetic divergence between hybridizing...
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