Morphological measurements of two host specialists of the dipteran Tephritis conura, both in sympatry and allopatry

Kalle Nilsson, Jesús Ortega, Magne Friberg & Anna Runemark
Adaptation to new ecological niches is known to spur population diversification and may lead to speciation if gene flow is ceased. While adaptation to the same ecological niche is expected to be parallel, it is more difficult to predict whether selection against maladaptive hybridization in secondary sympatry results in parallel divergence also in traits that are not directly related to the ecological niches. Such parallelisms in response to selection for reproductive isolation can be identified...
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