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We thank Christopher Cooney, Martin Garlovsky, Anja M. Westram, Carina Baskett, Stefanie Belohlavy, Michal Hledik, Arka Pal, Nicholas H. Barton, Roger K. Butlin and members of the University of Sheffield Speciation Journal Club for feedback on draft survey questions and/or comments on a draft manuscript. Three anonymous reviewers gave thoughtful feedback that improved the manuscript. We thank Ahmad Nadeem, who was paid to build the Shiny app. We are especially grateful to everyone who took part in the survey. Ethical approval for the survey was obtained through the University of Sheffield Ethics Review Procedure (Application 029768). S.S. was supported by a NERC grant awarded to Roger K. Butlin.
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