Rapid evolution of a divergent ecogeographic cline in introduced lady beetles

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The evolution of ecogeographic clines in recently introduced species is often rapid and predictable, as introduced populations often converge on the same or similar clines found among native populations. In contrast, we demonstrate the rapid evolution of a divergent ecogeographic cline among introduced populations of the seven-spotted lady beetle… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10682-017-9908-1

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@article{ONeill2017RapidEO, title={Rapid evolution of a divergent ecogeographic cline in introduced lady beetles}, author={Eric M. O’Neill and Erik J. Hearn and Jessica M. Cogbill and Yukie Kajita}, journal={Evolutionary Ecology}, year={2017}, volume={31}, pages={695-705} }