[citation search] Timing of Primate Reproductive Isolation

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[citation search] Timing of Primate Reproductive Isolation

Post by Jautis » Mon May 22, 2017 3:08 pm

Hello, I'm looking for a citation that gives the timing of reproductive isolation in primates. I know the value should be a range resembling ~300k to 2m years between the beginning of reproductive separation and complete isolation, but I haven't been able to find a good source for which to cite values from. Zinner et al. 2011 is the closest I've found and that just emphasizes how reproductive isolation between primates can be incomplete up to ~1my.

Thanks in advance!