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Author: Jelmer W Poelstra

  • Most recently observed institution: Department of Biology, Duke University

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  • All-time downloads: 3,162 (rank: 74,608 (tie) )
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    • evolutionary biology: 2,592 (rank: 1,873 (tie) )
    • genomics: 570 (rank: 34,104 (tie) )

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Speciation in sympatry with ongoing secondary gene flow and an olfactory trigger in a radiation of Cameroon cichlids

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Don't throw out the sympatric species with the crater lake water: fine-scale investigation of introgression provides weak support for functional role of secondary gene flow in one of the clearest examples of sympatric speciation

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Major stages of vertebrate adaptive radiation are assembled from a disparate spatiotemporal landscape

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Conservation genomic analysis reveals ancient introgression and declining levels of genetic diversity in Madagascar’s hibernating dwarf lemurs

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Pedigree-based measurement of the de novo mutation rate in the gray mouse lemur reveals a high mutation rate, few mutations in CpG sites, and a weak sex bias

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