Pollinator and host sharing lead to hybridization and introgression in Panamanian free-standing figs, but not in their pollinator wasps

Jordan Satler, Allen Herre, Tracy Heath, Carlos Machado, Adalberto Gomez, Charlotte Jander, Deren Eaton & John Nason
Obligate pollination mutualisms, in which plant and pollinator lineages depend on each other for reproduction, often exhibit high levels of species-specificity. However, cases in which two or more pollinator species share a single host species (host sharing), or two or more host species share a single pollinator species (pollinator sharing), are known to occur in the current ecological time. Further, evidence for host switching in evolutionary time is increasingly being recognized in these systems. The...
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