volume 162, issue 3, P366-378 2017
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12553
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R.F. Medina, A.M. Dickey, K. Harrison, G.L. Miller

Abstract: Abstract Host‐associated differentiation (HAD) is the formation of genetically distinct, host‐associated populations created and maintained by ecologically mediated reproductive isolation. HAD potentially accounts for species origins in parasites, including herbivorous insects. Although case studies testing the occurrence of HAD are accumulating, it is still unclear how common HAD is and which specific ecological traits explain its occurrence. To address these issues, studies are needed that include negative …

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