Sex chromosome linkage of mate preference and color signal maintains assortative mating between interbreeding finch morphs
Assortative mating is a key aspect in the speciation process because it is important for both initial divergence and maintenance of distinct species. However, it remains a challenge to explain how assortative mating evolves when diverging populations are
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