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    • Additive Traits Lead to Feeding Advantage and Reproductive Isolation, Promoting Homoploid Hybrid Speciation 

      Masello, Juan F; Quillfeldt, Petra; Sandoval-Castellanos, Edson; Alderman, Rachael; Calderón, Luciano; Cherel, Yves; Cole, Theresa L; Cuthbert, Richard J; Marin, Manuel; Massaro, Melanie; Navarro, Joan; Phillips, Richard A; Ryan, Peter G; Shepherd, Lara D; Suazo, Cristián G; Weimerskirch, Henri; Moodley, Yoshan (2019-04-26)
      Speciation through homoploid hybridization (HHS) is considered extremely rare in animals. This is mainly because the establishment of reproductive isolation as a product of hybridization is uncommon. Additionally, many ...
    • High-coverage genomes to elucidate the evolution of penguins 

      Pan, Hailin; Cole, Theresa L; Bi, Xupeng; Fang, Miaoquan; Zhou, Chengran; Yang, Zhengtao; Ksepka, Daniel T; Hart, Tom; Bouzat, Juan L; Argilla, Lisa S; Bertelsen, Mads F; Boersma, P Dee; Bost, Charles-André; Cherel, Yves; Dann, Peter; Fiddaman, Steven R; Howard, Pauline; Labuschagne, Kim; Mattern, Thomas; Miller, Gary; Parker, Patricia; Phillips, Richard A; Quillfeldt, Petra; Ryan, Peter G; Taylor, Helen; Thompson, David R; Young, Melanie J; Ellegaard, Martin R; Gilbert, M Thomas P; Sinding, Mikkel-Holger S; Pacheco, George; Shepherd, Lara D; Tennyson, Alan J D; Grosser, Stefanie; Kay, Emily; Nupen, Lisa J; Ellenberg, Ursula; Houston, David M; Reeve, Andrew Hart; Johnson, Kathryn; Masello, Juan F; Stracke, Thomas; McKinlay, Bruce; Borboroglu, Pablo García; Zhang, De-Xing; Zhang, Guojie (2019-09-01)
      Background: Penguins (Sphenisciformes) are a remarkable order of flightless wing-propelled diving seabirds distributed widely across the southern hemisphere. They share a volant common ancestor with Procellariiformes close ...