Data from: The loss of self-incompatibility in a range expansion

Francisco Encinas-Viso, Andrew Young & John Pannell
It is commonly observed that plant species’ range margins are enriched for increased selfing rates and, in otherwise self-incompatible species, for self-compatibility (SC). This has often been attributed to a response to selection under mate and/or pollinator limitation. However, range expansion can also cause reduced inbreeding depression, and this could facilitate the evolution of selfing in the absence of mate or pollinator limitation. Here, we explore this idea using spatially explicit individual-based simulations of a...
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