Rapid evolution of a native species following invasion by a congener

  title={Rapid evolution of a native species following invasion by a congener},
  author={Yoel E Stuart and Todd S. Campbell and Paul A Hohenlohe and Robert G. Reynolds and Liam J. Revell and Jonathan B Losos},
In recent years, biologists have increasingly recognized that evolutionary change can occur rapidly when natural selection is strong; thus, real-time studies of evolution can be used to test classic evolutionary hypotheses directly. One such hypothesis is that negative interactions between closely related species can drive phenotypic divergence. Such divergence is thought to be ubiquitous, though well-documented cases are surprisingly rare. On small islands in Florida, we found that the lizard… CONTINUE READING

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