Divergence in coloration and ecological speciation in the Anolis marmoratus species complex

@article{Muoz2013DivergenceIC,
  title={Divergence in coloration and ecological speciation in the Anolis marmoratus species complex},
  author={M. M. Mu{\~n}oz and Nicholas G. Crawford and T. J. McGreevy and Nick Messana and Rebecca D Tarvin and L. Revell and Rosanne M Zandvliet and Juanita M Hopwood and E. Mock and Andr{\'e} L Schneider and C. Schneider},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22}
}
Adaptive divergence in coloration is expected to produce reproductive isolation in species that use colourful signals in mate choice and species recognition. Indeed, many adaptive radiations are characterized by differentiation in colourful signals, suggesting that divergent selection acting on coloration may be an important component of speciation. Populations in the Anolis marmoratus species complex from the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe display striking divergence in the colour and pattern… Expand
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