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We are interested in understanding how recent, population level processes have shaped sequence variation in genomes. Our research combines the development of statistical methods for estimating population history from genomic data with empirical work on speciation and community evolution in a variety of Insect systems ranging from desert flies to high alpine beetles and oak gallwasps.

 

Group members:

  • Konrad Lohse, PI
  • Magnus Clarke, MSc student

 

Collaborators:

 

 

Copyright of photos belongs to Darren Obbard (Drosophila mojavensis), Graham Stone (oak gall Biorhiza pallida), and Matthias Muller (Lago Verobbio).