Cryptic lineages of a common alpine mayfly show strong life-history divergence.


Understanding ecological divergence of morphologically similar but genetically distinct species - previously considered as a single morphospecies - is of key importance in evolutionary ecology and conservation biology. Despite their morphological similarity, cryptic species may have evolved distinct adaptations. If such ecological divergence is unaccounted… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/mec.14026