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Table S1 Proposed examples of HHS in animals. Cases confirmed with molecular markers are in bold. Mitochondrial DNA refers to the parental source of mtDNA haplotypes in the hybrid taxon. Nuclear DNA refers to the type of nuclear marker used in support of HHS. Morphology refers to morphological categories considered for HHS taxa: identical to one parental, intermediate between both or transgressive. Distribution refers to the geographical distribution of HHS taxa: restricted or widespread in relation to parental spp., sympatric (S), parapatric (P) or allopatric (A). R.I. refers to reproductive isolation between a HHS taxon and its parental spp.

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