SINGLE FOUNDER‐FLUSH EVENTS AND THE EVOLUTION OF REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION

@article{Rundle1998SINGLEFE,
  title={SINGLE FOUNDER‐FLUSH EVENTS AND THE EVOLUTION OF REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION},
  author={H. Rundle and A. Mooers and M. Whitlock},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1998},
  volume={52}
}
By demonstrating the evolution of significant premating isolation, previous laboratory experiments have provided some evidence for the founder‐flush model of speciation. However, these experiments are subject to a number of criticisms, including the use of hybrid populations recently collected from the wild and the use of multiple bottlenecks. Here we present the results of a test of founder‐flush speciation using a single, well‐adapted laboratory stock of Drosophila melanogaster subjected to… Expand
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