Nature Reviews Genetics published a research highlights article about Simon Martin’s study of speciation genomics that was published in Genome Research last month. The paper was also highlighted by F1000, with a great review written by Katie Peichel.
With Marianne Elias and her student Nicolas Chazot, we have just published a paper on the structure of communities of mimetic butterflies in Ecuador, in American Naturalist. Across many different sites, the data shows that altitude is the most important force structuring communities, far more important than geographic distance. Furthermore, mimetic butterflies are more likely […]
We have just posted our first paper to the new biology preprint archive, Bioarxiv. The paper describes a RAD tag study of parallel hybrid zones in Peru and Ecuador in the co-mimics, H. melpomene and H. erato. We compare methods including de novo assembly versus reference mapping and admixture mapping versus Fst outlier analyses.
Congratulations to Carolina who defended her thesis with no corrections required. Thanks to Angus Davison and Paul Brakefield who were her examiners.