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Identifying genomic regions underlying adaptation in extant lineages is key to understand the trajectories along which biodiversity evolves. However, this task is complicated by evolutionary processes that obscure and mimic footprints of positive selection. Particularly the long-term effects of linked selection remain underappreciated and difficult to account for. Based on patterns emerging from recent research on the evolution of differentiation across the speciation continuum, I illustratedoi:10.1101/131243 fatcat:vydkolm53zg4bkmd76ifodskqi