Rejecting strictly allopatric speciation on a continental island: Prolonged postdivergence gene flow between Taiwan (Leucodioptron taewanus, Passeriformes Timaliidae) and Chinese (L. canorum canorum) hwameis

Jing Wen Li, Carol K.L. Yeung, Pi Wen Tsai, Rong Chien Lin, Chia Fen Yeh, Cheng Te Yao, Lianxian Han, Le Manh Hung, Ping Ding, Qishan Wang, Shou Hsien Li*

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