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The following articles have been accepted for publication in Evolution. New articles are posted every few days. To submit a digest about one of the following articles, follow the writing instructions and submission instructions by the due date listed.

Digests will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. Only one digest will be published for each article. Articles for which a digest has already been received are marked “Digest received.” Check this page before submitting to confirm that a digest has not already been received for your selected article.

Very rarely, two digests for the same manuscript are received within a few hours of each other. In that event, only one (typically the one received first) proceeds to peer review. We are very sorry when this happens, but because the submissions are manually curated, it is impossible to fully prevent this from happening altogether.

Please note that deadlines are approximate and subject to slight changes in response to publication schedules.

TitleKeywordsViewDigest Due Date
Geographic in wing morphology relate to colonization history in New World but not Old World populations of yellow dung fliesAllometry, biogeography, developmental canalization, dispersal, gene flow, insect flightPDFJune 23
Carnivory maintains cranial dimorphism between males and females: evidence for niche divergence in extant Musteloidea3D geometric morphometrics, bite force, Carnivora, cranial shape, sexual dimorphism, sexual selectionPDFJune 23
Hosts do not simply outsource pathogen resistance to protective symbiontsecological immunology, resistance, robustness, symbiosisPDFJune 23
Signatures of hybridization and speciation in genomic patterns of ancestryAncestry, hybrid incompatibility, hybrid zone, reproductive isolationPDFDigest received
Dobzhansky‐Muller incompatibilities, dominance drive, and sex‐chromosome introgression at secondary contact zones: A simulation studyGene flow, genetic drift, introgression, models/simulations, population genetics, speciationPDFJune 23
Diversification rates of the “Old Endemic” murine rodents of Luzon Island, Philippines are inconsistent with incumbency effects and ecological opportunityadaptive radiation, Phloeomyini, Chrotomyini, Murinae, oceanic island, systematicsPDFJune 23
Ecological crossovers of sexual signalling in a migratory birdcarry‐over effect, climate change, fluctuating selection, mate choice, NAO index, seasonal interactionsPDFJune 23