Data from: Are assortative mating and genital divergence driven by reinforcement?

Hollander J, Montaño-Rendón M, Bianco G, Yang X, Westram AM, Duvaux L, Reid DG, Butlin RK. 2018. Data from: Are assortative mating and genital divergence driven by reinforcement?, Dryad, 10.5061/dryad.51sd2p5.

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Hollander, Johan; Montaño-Rendón, Mauricio; Bianco, Giuseppe; Yang, Xi; Westram, Anja MIST Austria ; Duvaux, Ludovic; Reid, David G.; Butlin, Roger K.
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The evolution of assortative mating is a key part of the speciation process. Stronger assortment, or greater divergence in mating traits, between species pairs with overlapping ranges is commonly observed, but possible causes of this pattern of reproductive character displacement are difficult to distinguish. We use a multidisciplinary approach to provide a rare example where it is possible to distinguish among hypotheses concerning the evolution of reproductive character displacement. We build on an earlier comparative analysis that illustrated a strong pattern of greater divergence in penis form between pairs of sister species with overlapping ranges than between allopatric sister-species pairs, in a large clade of marine gastropods (Littorinidae). We investigate both assortative mating and divergence in male genitalia in one of the sister-species pairs, discriminating among three contrasting processes each of which can generate a pattern of reproductive character displacement: reinforcement, reproductive interference and the Templeton effect. We demonstrate reproductive character displacement in assortative mating, but not in genital form between this pair of sister species and use demographic models to distinguish among the different processes. Our results support a model with no gene flow since secondary contact and thus favour reproductive interference as the cause of reproductive character displacement for mate choice, rather than reinforcement. High gene flow within species argues against the Templeton effect. Secondary contact appears to have had little impact on genital divergence.
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2018-10-17
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Hollander J, Montaño-Rendón M, Bianco G, et al. Data from: Are assortative mating and genital divergence driven by reinforcement? 2018. doi:10.5061/dryad.51sd2p5
Hollander, J., Montaño-Rendón, M., Bianco, G., Yang, X., Westram, A. M., Duvaux, L., … Butlin, R. K. (2018). Data from: Are assortative mating and genital divergence driven by reinforcement? Dryad. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.51sd2p5
Hollander, Johan, Mauricio Montaño-Rendón, Giuseppe Bianco, Xi Yang, Anja M Westram, Ludovic Duvaux, David G. Reid, and Roger K. Butlin. “Data from: Are Assortative Mating and Genital Divergence Driven by Reinforcement?” Dryad, 2018. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.51sd2p5.
J. Hollander et al., “Data from: Are assortative mating and genital divergence driven by reinforcement?” Dryad, 2018.
Hollander J, Montaño-Rendón M, Bianco G, Yang X, Westram AM, Duvaux L, Reid DG, Butlin RK. 2018. Data from: Are assortative mating and genital divergence driven by reinforcement?, Dryad, 10.5061/dryad.51sd2p5.
Hollander, Johan, et al. Data from: Are Assortative Mating and Genital Divergence Driven by Reinforcement? Dryad, 2018, doi:10.5061/dryad.51sd2p5.

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