PhysOrg Posted March 2, 2018 Share Posted March 2, 2018 For over a century, speciation—where one species splits into two—has been a central focus of evolutionary research. But a new study almost 20 years in the making suggests "speciation reversal"—where two distinct lineages hybridize and eventually merge into one—can also be extremely important. The paper, appearing March 2 in Nature Communications, provides some of the strongest evidence yet of the phenomenon, in two lineages of Common Ravens. Read the full article on phys.org Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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