I am delighted to announce a newly published paper from the Zellmer Lab on microgeographic divergence of wood frog populations. Early online access in the journal, Ecology and Evolution, went live today. : phenotypic variation among neighboring ponds associated with environmental differences despite evidence for gene flow. This research adds to the growing body of evidence that evolutionary divergence of populations can occur regardless of genetic connectivity.



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