Data from: Rapid evolution of asymmetric reproductive incompatibilities in stalk-eyed flies

Rose EG, Brand CL, Wilkinson GS

Date Published: October 24, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.24r7q

 

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Title Measures of noncompetitive gametic isolation
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Description Results of paired matings between male and female stalk-eyed flies from 4 different populations, Gombak, Soraya, Lawang, and Cameron. Columns indicate relative divergence between populations (A = within population, B = between populations diverged 0.1 MYA, C = populations diverged 0.5 MYA, and D = populations diverged 1.0 MYA).
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Title Measures of competitive gametic isolation
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Description Second male sperm precedence scored from microsatellite genotypes of 10-20 progeny produced by females of a population mated to two males from the same or different population. Populations used are Gombak, Soraya, and Lawang.
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Rose EG, Brand CL, Wilkinson GS (2013) Rapid evolution of asymmetric reproductive incompatibilities in stalk-eyed flies. Evolution 68(2): 384–396. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12307

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Rose EG, Brand CL, Wilkinson GS (2013) Data from: Rapid evolution of asymmetric reproductive incompatibilities in stalk-eyed flies. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.24r7q
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