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    • An introgressed wing pattern acts as a mating cue 

      Sánchez, Angela P.; Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Enciso-Romero, Juan; Muñoz, Astrid; Jiggins, Chris D; Salazar, Camilo; Linares, Mauricio
      "Heliconius butterflies provide good examples of both homoploid hybrid speciation and ecological speciation. In particular, examples of adaptive introgression have been detected among the subspecies of Heliconius timareta, ...
       Artículo. 2015
    • Evolution of novel mimicry rings facilitated by adaptive introgression in tropical butterflies 

      Enciso-Romero, Juan; Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Martin S.H.; Arias C.F.; Linares, Mauricio; McMillan W.O.; Jiggins C.D.; Salazar, Camilo
      "Understanding the genetic basis of phenotypic variation and the mechanisms involved in the evolution of adaptive novelty, especially in adaptive radiations, is a major goal in evolutionary biology. Here, we used whole-genome ...
       Artículo. 2017
    • Evolutionary history of the group formerly known as protists using a phylogenomics approach 

      Restrepo, Silvia; Enciso-Romero, Juan; Tabima, Javier; Riaño-Pachón, Diego Mauricio
      La falta de organización en linajes discretos en la filogenia y la taxonomía del grupo anteriormente llamado protistas ha retrasado la comprensión de la historia evolutiva del grupo y la comparación de rasgos entre los ...
       Artículo. 2016
    • Phenotypic variation in Heliconius erato crosses shows that iridescent structural colour is sex-linked and controlled by multiple genes 

      Brien, Melanie N.; Enciso-Romero, Juan; Parnell, Andrew J.; Salazar, Patricio A.; Morochz, Carlos; Chalá, Darwin; Bainbridge, Hannah E.; Zinn, Thomas; Curran, Emma V.; Nadeau, Nicola J.
      "Bright, highly reflective iridescent colours can be seen across nature and are produced by the scattering of light from nanostructures. Heliconius butterflies have been widely studied for their diversity and mimicry of ...
       Artículo. 2019