Chemical communication, sexual selection, and introgression in wall lizards

@article{MacGregor2017ChemicalCS,
  title={Chemical communication, sexual selection, and introgression in wall lizards},
  author={H. E. A. MacGregor and Rachel A M Lewandowsky and P. d’Ettorre and C. Leroy and N. Davies and G. M. While and T. Uller},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={2017},
  volume={71}
}
Divergence in communication systems should influence the likelihood that individuals from different lineages interbreed, and consequently shape the direction and rate of hybridization. Here, we studied the role of chemical communication in hybridization, and its contribution to asymmetric and sexually selected introgression between two lineages of the common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis). Males of the two lineages differed in the chemical composition of their femoral secretions. Chemical… Expand
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