International Journal of Ecology / 2012 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Testing the Role of Habitat Isolation among Ecologically Divergent Gall Wasp Populations

Figure 3

Mean (±SE) of relative host preference expressed by individual (A) males and (B) females in the interpopulation (Q. geminata × Q. virginiana) mating trials as a function of copulation success. The greater observed host preference of males in those mating trials that did not result in a copulation further support the role of habitat isolation as an important premating reproductive barrier among gall wasp populations.

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