In article <s06bd7ed.070 at POBOX.CC.UKANS.EDU> dosterbu at kumc.wpo.ukans.edu (David Osterbur) writes:
>Subject: Re: man-ape hybrid -Reply
>From: dosterbu at kumc.wpo.ukans.edu (David Osterbur)
>Date: 29 Sep 1995 09:29:18 -0700
>Chronology's not reliable either, different taxonomic groups and different
>genes evolve at different rates... the origin of an absolute reproductive
>barrier (either pre- or post- zygotic) can occur with very little
>divergence (and practically no relation to phenotype).
>This is very true. In Drosophila melanogaster it is possible to create a
>strain of flies in one generation that can no longer interbreed with any
>other strain of melanogaster. Is this speciation?
I think so.... Anyone disagree? Why?