In this paper we test the statistical power of using neutral markers to infer ecological speciation. We find that this method is powerful only in a limited number of cases, namely when migration is intermediate and selection is strong.
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Tuesday, May 25, 2010
When can ecological speciation be detected with neutral loci?
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