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Multilocus Species Trees Show the Recent Adaptive Radiation of the Mimetic Heliconius Butterflies

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Apr 2, 2014

Krzysztof M. KozakChris D. Jiggins

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Müllerian mimicry among Neotropical Heliconiini butterflies is an excellent example of natural selection, and is associated with the diversification of a large continental-scale radiation. Some of the processes driving the evolution of mimicry rings are likely to generate incongruent ph...read more

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Anatomy, Regional
Biological Markers
Butterflies
Biological Evolution
Insecta
Mitochondria
Trees (plant)
Reticulitis, NOS
Patterns
Corneal Topography
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    bioRxiv

    Apr 2, 2014

    Krzysztof M. KozakChris D. Jiggins

    PMID: 990003749

    DOI: 10.1101/003749

    Abstract

    Müllerian mimicry among Neotropical Heliconiini butterflies is an excellent example of natural selection, and is associated with the diversification of a large continental-scale radiation. Some of the processes driving the evolution of mimicry rings are likely to generate incongruent ph...read more

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    Anatomy, Regional
    Biological Markers
    Butterflies
    Biological Evolution
    Insecta
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