Rapid evolution of sexual signals in sympatric Calopteryx damselflies: reinforcement or 'noisy-neighbour' ecological character displacement?

@article{Mullen2007RapidEO,
  title={Rapid evolution of sexual signals in sympatric Calopteryx damselflies: reinforcement or 'noisy-neighbour' ecological character displacement?},
  author={Sean P. Mullen and J. A. Andr{\'e}s},
  journal={Journal of evolutionary biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={20 4},
  pages={1637-48}
}
Enhanced prezygotic isolation in sympatry is one of the most intriguing patterns in evolutionary biology and has frequently been interpreted as evidence for reinforcement. However, the frequency with which reinforcement actually completes speciation remains unclear. The Jewelwing damselflies (Calopteryx aequabilis and C. maculata) have served as one of the… CONTINUE READING