BEYOND REINFORCEMENT: THE EVOLUTION OF PREMATING ISOLATION BY DIRECT SELECTION ON PREFERENCES AND POSTMATING, PREZYGOTIC INCOMPATIBILITIES

@article{Servedio2001BEYONDRT,
  title={BEYOND REINFORCEMENT: THE EVOLUTION OF PREMATING ISOLATION BY DIRECT SELECTION ON PREFERENCES AND POSTMATING, PREZYGOTIC INCOMPATIBILITIES},
  author={Maria R Servedio},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={2001},
  volume={55}
}
Abstract The evolution of premating isolation after secondary contact is primarily considered in the guise of reinforcement, which relies on low hybrid fitness as the driving force for mating preference divergence. Here I consider two additional forces that may play a substantial role in the adaptive evolution of premating isolation, direct selection on preferences and indirect selection against postmating, prezygotic incompatibilities. First, I argue that a combination of ecological character… Expand
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