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Jennafer A. P. Hamlin and Michael L. Arnold Determining population structure and hybridization for two iris species Ecology and Evolution 4

Version of Record online: 17 FEB 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.964

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This work investigates the influences on population structure and evolutionary relationships within a species complex. We found that there are species-level differences in connectivity among populations of Louisiana irises. The I. brevicaulis phylogeny generated by SNAPP showed some structuring with Alabama and Louisiana genotypes forming one clade, which was sister to all other populations. The I. fulva species tree reflected population differentiation with high posterior support for the Louisiana population being sister to all other populations and the Arkansas sample being sister to the four other populations.

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