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|Title||Keywords||View||Digest Due Date|
|Geographic in wing morphology relate to colonization history in New World but not Old World populations of yellow dung flies||Allometry, biogeography, developmental canalization, dispersal, gene flow, insect flight||June 23|
|Carnivory maintains cranial dimorphism between males and females: evidence for niche divergence in extant Musteloidea||3D geometric morphometrics, bite force, Carnivora, cranial shape, sexual dimorphism, sexual selection||June 23|
|Hosts do not simply outsource pathogen resistance to protective symbionts||ecological immunology, resistance, robustness, symbiosis||June 23|
|Signatures of hybridization and speciation in genomic patterns of ancestry||Ancestry, hybrid incompatibility, hybrid zone, reproductive isolation||Digest received|
|Dobzhansky‐Muller incompatibilities, dominance drive, and sex‐chromosome introgression at secondary contact zones: A simulation study||Gene flow, genetic drift, introgression, models/simulations, population genetics, speciation||June 23|
|Diversification rates of the “Old Endemic” murine rodents of Luzon Island, Philippines are inconsistent with incumbency effects and ecological opportunity||adaptive radiation, Phloeomyini, Chrotomyini, Murinae, oceanic island, systematics||June 23|
|Ecological crossovers of sexual signalling in a migratory bird||carry‐over effect, climate change, fluctuating selection, mate choice, NAO index, seasonal interactions||June 23|