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Tran Lu Y A, Ruault S, Daguin-Thiébaut C, et al. (2022) Subtle limits to connectivity revealed by outlier loci within two divergent metapopulations of the deep-sea hydrothermal gastropod Ifremeria nautilei. Molecular Ecology
Le Moan A, Roby C, Fraisse C, et al. (2021) An introgression breakthrough left by an anthropogenic contact between two ascidians. Molecular Ecology
Fraïsse C, Popovic I, Mazoyer C, et al. (2021) DILS: Demographic Inferences with Linked Selection by using ABC. Molecular Ecology Resources
Popovic I, Bierne N, Gaiti F, et al. (2020) Pre-introduction introgression contributes to parallel differentiation and contrasting hybridisation outcomes between invasive and native marine mussels. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Schneemann H, De Sanctis B, Roze D, et al. (2020) The geometry and genetics of hybridization. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Simon A, Fraïsse C, El Ayari T, et al. (2020) How do species barriers decay? Concordance and local introgression in mosaic hybrid zones of mussels. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Viard F, Riginos C, Bierne N. (2020) Anthropogenic hybridization at sea: three evolutionary questions relevant to invasive species management. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 375: 20190547
Simon A, Arbiol C, Nielsen EE, et al. (2020) Replicated anthropogenic hybridisations reveal parallel patterns of admixture in marine mussels. Evolutionary Applications. 13: 575-599
Rey C, Darnaude A, Ferraton F, et al. (2020) Within-Generation Polygenic Selection Shapes Fitness-Related Traits across Environments in Juvenile Sea Bream. Genes. 11
Popovic I, Matias AMA, Bierne N, et al. (2019) Twin introductions by independent invader mussel lineages are both associated with recent admixture with a native congener in Australia. Evolutionary Applications. 13: 515-532
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