The following articles (Original Articles and Brief Communications) have been accepted for publication in Evolution and are available for digests. 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.
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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.
|Title||Keywords||View||Digest Due Date|
|Rapid and repeatable host plant shifts drive reproductive isolation following a recent human‐mediated introduction of the apple maggot fly, rhagoletis pomonella||apple maggot fly, black hawthorn, ecological speciation, ornamental hawthorn, host‐associated divergence, reproductive isolation||November 23|
|Subtle, pervasive genetic correlation between the sexes in the evolution of dimorphic hummingbird tail ornaments||Adaptation, allometry, feather, geometric morphometrics, sexual conflict, Sexual dimorphism, sonation||November 23|
|Process‐based species delimitation leads to identification of more biologically relevant species||Ecological Speciation, Machine Learning, Reinforcement, Speciation, Species Delimitation||November 19|
|Do selfing species have greater niche breadth? Support from ecological niche modeling||Mating Systems, Species Distributions, Collinsia, Abiotic, Environment, Ecological Niche Modeling, Herbarium Records||November 19|
|Male‐male competition and repeated evolution of terrestrial breeding in Atlantic Coastal Forest frogs||correlated evolution, Cycloramphus, reproductive mode, sexual selection, sexual size dimorphism, Zachaenus||Digest received|
|Severe inbreeding depression is predicted by the “rare allele load” in Mimulus guttatus||field fitness, Inbreeding depression, monkeyflower, rare alleles||November 19|
|Social selection acts on behavior and body mass but does not contribute to the total selection differential in Eastern chipmunks||Social evolution, animal personality, exploration, docility, Tamias striatus, selection gradients||November 19|