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Guppy

Authors

Jacques Labonne (INRA), UMR ECOBIOP 1224, Ecologie Comportementale et Biologie des Populations de Poissons, Pôle d'Hydrobiologie, Quartier Ibarron, 64310 Saint-Pée sur Nivelle, FRANCE

Objectives

This module is dedicated to model reproductive isolation in wild guppies populations. Reproductive isolation is expected to rise from divergent selection on male's colour in wild population of guppies, due to a strong ecological contrast in natural environment (absence or presence of specialist predators). Additionnaly, females may express preference for colour in males, thus interacting with the expected pattern of reproductive isolation.

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Validity & Publications

Labonne, J., Hendry, A.P., 2010. Natural and Sexual Selection Giveth and Taketh Away Reproductive Barriers: Models of Population Divergence in Guppies. The American Naturalist, 176, 1.

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