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Secondary contact seeds phenotypic novelty in cichlid fishes (2014)
Journal Article
Nichols, P., Genner, M. J., van Oosterhout, C., Smith, A., Parsons, P., Sungani, H., …Joyce, D. A. (2015). Secondary contact seeds phenotypic novelty in cichlid fishes. Proceedings. the Royal Society. Biological sciences /, 282(1798), 20142272. doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.2272

Theory proposes that genomic admixture between formerly reproductively isolated populations can generate phenotypic novelty for selection to act upon. Secondary contact may therefore be a significant promoter of phenotypic novelty that allows species... Read More