Reproductive isolation between phylogeographic lineages scales with divergence.

@article{Singhal2013ReproductiveIB,
  title={Reproductive isolation between phylogeographic lineages scales with divergence.},
  author={Sonal Singhal and Craig Moritz},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={280 1772},
  pages={20132246}
}
Phylogeographic studies frequently reveal multiple morphologically cryptic lineages within species. What is not yet clear is whether such lineages represent nascent species or evolutionary ephemera. To address this question, we compare five contact zones, each of which occurs between ecomorphologically cryptic lineages of skinks from the rainforests of the Australian Wet Tropics. Although the contacts probably formed concurrently in response to Holocene expansion from glacial refugia, we… CONTINUE READING
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