Data from: Rapid evolution of reproductive isolation between incipient outcrossing and selfing Clarkia species

Ryan Dawkins Briscoe Runquist, Eric Chu, Justin L. Iverson, Jason C. Kopp & David A. Moeller
A major goal of speciation research is to understand the processes involved in the earliest stages of the evolution of reproductive isolation. One important challenge has been to identify systems where lineages have very recently diverged and opportunities for hybridization are present. We conducted a comprehensive examination of the components of reproductive isolation across the life cycle of two subspecies of Clarkia xantiana, which diverged recently (ca. 65,000 bp). One subspecies is primarily outcrossing, but...
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