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The K = 2 conundrum
Assessments of population genetic structure have become an increasing focus as they can provide valuable insight into patterns of migration and gene flow. structure, the most highly cited of severalExpand
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Mitochondrial phylogenomics, the origin of swallowtail butterflies, and the impact of the number of clocks in Bayesian molecular dating
Swallowtail butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) have been instrumental in understanding many foundational concepts in biology; despite this, a resolved and robust phylogeny of the group has beenExpand
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Multi‐locus species delimitation in closely related animals and fungi: one marker is not enough
Despite taxonomy’s 250‐year history, the past 20 years have borne witness to remarkable advances in technology and techniques, as well as debate. DNA barcoding has generated a substantial proportionExpand
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HiMAP: Robust phylogenomics from highly multiplexed amplicon sequencing
High‐throughput sequencing has fundamentally changed how molecular phylogenetic data sets are assembled, and phylogenomic data sets commonly contain 50‐ to 100‐fold more loci than those generatedExpand
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Repeated Reticulate Evolution in North American Papilio machaon Group Swallowtail Butterflies
Hybridization between distinct populations or species is increasingly recognized as an important process for generating biodiversity. However, the interaction between hybridization and speciation isExpand
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Genome-wide SNPs resolve phylogenetic relationships in the North American spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) species complex.
High throughput sequencing technologies have revolutionized the potential to reconcile incongruence between gene and species trees, and numerous approaches have been developed to take advantage ofExpand
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Range‐wide population genomics of the Mexican fruit fly: Toward development of pathway analysis tools
Recurrently invading pests provide unique challenges for pest management, but also present opportunities to utilize genomics to understand invasion dynamics and inform regulatory management throughExpand
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Phylogenomics supports incongruence between ecological specialization and taxonomy in a charismatic clade of buck moths
Local adaptation can be a fundamental component of speciation, but its dynamics in relation to gene flow are not necessarily straightforward. Herbivorous taxa with localized host plant or habitatExpand
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Population genomics and comparisons of selective signatures in two invasions of melon fly, Bactrocera cucurbitae (Diptera: Tephritidae)
Population genetics is a powerful tool for invasion biology and pest management, and useful for a range of questions from tracing invasion pathways to informing management decisions with inference ofExpand
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