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Review Article

170 Years of “Lock-and-Key”: Genital Morphology and Reproductive Isolation

Table 1

Species hybridizations that display lock-and-key reproductive isolation.

OrderSpecies hybridizedLock-and-key mechanismReference(s)

LepidopteraMalacosoma franconica and M. neustria StructuralStandfuss [15]
Deilephia porcellus and D. elpenor StructuralFederley [16]
Erebia nivalis and E. cassioides SensoryLorkovic [27]

AraneaeMisumenops rothi and M. gabrielensis StructuralSchick [17]
Misumenops lepidus and M. californicus StructuralSchick [17]

ColeopteraCarabus iwawakianus and C. maiyasanus StructuralSota and Kubota [18]
Macrodactylus costulatus, M. sylphis, and M. sericinus SensoryEberhard [3]

PolydesmidaParafontaria tonominea sp. A and sp. BStructuralTanabe and Sota [21]

ZygopteraSympecma, Lestes (7 species total)Sensory/structuralLoibl [31]
Ischnura elegans with Enallagma, Platycnemis, Sympecma, Lestes (various species)Sensory/structuralKrieger and Krieger-Loibl [32]
Argia, Enallagma, Ischnura, Telebasis (10 species total)Sensory/structuralPaulson [33]

DipteraDrosophila santomea and D. yakuba StructuralKamimura and Mitsumoto [24]
Drosophila mauritiana, D. sechellia, and D. simulans SensoryRobertson [42]
Cobb et al. [41]
Coyne [37]
Price et al. [40]
Jagadeeshan and Singh [38]

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