volume 162, issue 3, P379-388 2017
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12548
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Linyi Zhang, Amanda Driscoe, Rebecca Izen, Calli Toussaint, Jim R. Ott, Scott P. Egan

Abstract: Abstract Ecological speciation describes the evolutionary process whereby divergent natural selection between environments generates reproductive isolation. Studying the magnitude of sequential reproductive barriers between ecologically divergent populations improves our understanding of the way these barriers evolve and how each contributes to the speciation process. Immigrant inviability describes the lower fitness of immigrants in non‐native environments and is an important, but long underexplored, reprodu…

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