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Neanderthals, damselflies, jellyfish, birds, and oomycetes, oh my!

Strong reproductive isolation between humans and Neanderthals inferred from observed patterns of introgression

Frequency-dependent variation in mimetic fidelity in an intraspecific mimicry system "similarity between [damselfly] male-like females and males... was frequency-dependent in the direction predicted"

Faking Giants: The Evolution of High Prey Clearance Rates in Jellyfishes "Although larger bodies are less efficient for swimming, optimization analysis reveals that large collectors are advantageous if they move through the water sufficiently slowly. "

Mass extinction of birds at the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) boundary

Horizontal gene transfer facilitated the evolution of plant parasitic mechanisms in the oomycetes

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