Genetic diversity and the origins of parthenogenesis in the teiid lizard Aspidoscelis laredoensis

Anthony Barley, James Cordes, James Walker & Robert Thomson
Unisexual vertebrates typically form through hybridization events between sexual species in which reproductive mode transitions occur in the hybrid offspring. This evolutionary history is thought to have important consequences for the ecology of unisexual lineages and their interactions with congeners in natural communities. However, these consequences have proven challenging to study owing to uncertainty about patterns of population genetic diversity in unisexual lineages. Of particular interest is resolving the contribution of historical hybridization events vs....
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