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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.

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

TitleKeywordsViewDigest Due Date
Sexual conflict and ecology: species composition and male density interact to reduce male mating harassment and increase female survivalCommunity ecology; facilitation; male mating harassment; indirect ecological effects; interspecific competition; reproductive interference; sexual conflictPDFFebruary 24
The evolution of floral signals in relation to range overlap in a clade of California Jewelflowers (Streptanthus s.l.)Floral scent; reproductive character displacement; reproductive interference; coexistence; phylogenetic ecology; heterospecific pollen transfer; contemporary and historical approachesPDFFebruary 24
Dynamic changes in display architecture and function across environments revealed by a systems approach to animal communicationEnvironmental variability; mate choice; multimodal; systems biologyPDFFebruary 24
Effects of parental care on resource allocation into immune defense and buccal microbiota in mouthbrooding cichlid fishesSexual dimorphism; parental investment; mouthbrooding; cichlids; buccal microbiota; sexual immune dimorphismPDFDigest received
Population density mediates the interaction between pre- and post-mating sexual selectionsexual selection; sperm competition; variance decomposition; multivariate selection; dung beetle; OnthophagusPDFFebruary 24
Insect herbivory and plant adaptation in an early successional communityexperimental evolution; dandelion Taraxacum officinale; induced defense; microsatellite; phenolic inositol esters; plant defense against herbivory; plant-insect interactions; sesquiterpene lactonePDFDigest received
Extreme dentition does not prevent diet and tooth diversification within combtooth blennies (ovalentaria: Blenniidae)Macroevolution; fish; trophic morphology; detritusPDFFebruary 24