Histories of host shifts and cospeciation among free‐living parasitoids of Rhagoletis flies

@article{Hamerlinck2016HistoriesOH,
  title={Histories of host shifts and cospeciation among free‐living parasitoids of Rhagoletis flies},
  author={G. Hamerlinck and D. Hulbert and G. R. Hood and J. Smith and A. Forbes},
  journal={Journal of Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={29}
}
  • G. Hamerlinck, D. Hulbert, +2 authors A. Forbes
  • Published 2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Evolutionary Biology
  • Host shifts by specialist insects can lead to reproductive isolation between insect populations that use different hosts, promoting diversification. When both a phytophagous insect and its ancestrally associated parasitoid shift to the same novel host plant, they may cospeciate. However, because adult parasitoids are free living, they can also colonize novel host insects and diversify independent of their ancestral host insect. Although shifts of parasitoids to new insect hosts have been… CONTINUE READING
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