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Cryptic speciation and recombination in the fungus Paracoccidioides brasiliensis as revealed by gene genealogies.
Reinforcement of gametic isolation in Drosophila.
A test of the snowball theory for the rate of evolution of hybrid incompatibilities.
Temperature-based extrinsic reproductive isolation in two species of Drosophila.
Intrinsic reproductive isolation between two sister species of Drosophila.
Reinforcement can overcome gene flow during speciation in Drosophila.
The role of founder effects on the evolution of reproductive isolation.
Hybridization occurs between Drosophila simulans and D. sechellia in the Seychelles archipelago.
Macroevolutionary speciation rates are decoupled from the evolution of intrinsic reproductive isolation in Drosophila and birds.
Species boundaries in the human pathogen Paracoccidioides.
Genetic divergence and the number of hybridizing species affect the path to homoploid hybrid speciation.
Fine scale mapping of genomic introgressions within the Drosophila yakuba clade.
Supervised machine learning reveals introgressed loci in the genomes of Drosophila simulans and D. sechellia.
Genome Sequences Reveal Cryptic Speciation in the Human Pathogen Histoplasma capsulatum.
Fungal species boundaries in the genomics era.
Recurrent Collection of Drosophila melanogaster from Wild African Environments and Genomic Insights into Species History.
Rapid and Predictable Evolution of Admixed Populations Between Two Drosophila Species Pairs.
The importance of intrinsic postzygotic barriers throughout the speciation process.
Comparative studies on speciation: 30 years since Coyne and Orr.
Using neutral loci to quantify reproductive isolation and speciation: a commentary on Westram et al., 2022.