Genotype pinning in a periodic environment
posterposted on 20.04.2020 by Judith Miller, Camille Hankel
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We modeled a simultaneous coinvasion by competing asexual populations in a spatially periodic environment.
We found that competition in coinvasions can pin one population in the absence of conditions previously known to support range pinning. Solo invasion speeds don’t predict the “winner”, and local polymorphism is compatible with pinning.