Data from: Prevalence of disruptive selection predicts extent of species differentiation in Lake Victoria cichlids

Jacco C. Van Rijssel, Florian N. Moser, David Frei & Ole Seehausen
Theory suggests that speciation with gene flow is most likely when both sexual and ecological selection are divergent or disruptive. Divergent sexual and natural selection on the visual system have been demonstrated before in sympatric, morphologically similar, sister species of Lake Victoria cichlids, but this does not explain the subtle morphological differences between them. To investigate the significance of natural selection on morphology during speciation, we here ask whether the prevalence of disruptive ecological selection...
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