Conclusion: “…while the polymorphism is generated by different genomic regions, the evolutionary processes that build up the phenotypic diversity at the genome level are similar between species of Papilio.
My comment: Unfortunately, they detail only the typical pseudoscientific nonsense that has been eliminated by the fact that no “evolutionary events” have been described that could lead to mimicry. Thus, the only model of mimicry is one in which biodiversity arises that is nutrient-dependent and pheromone-controlled in butterflies and all other species. See for examples:
“In Ostrinia moth species, substitution of a critical amino acid is sufficient to create a new pheromone blend (Lassance et al., 2013). In the ‘peppered moth’ example of rapid response to human-induced environmental changes, which were heretofore considered to be driven by selective predation, some evidence now suggests the migration pattern of 2 km per evening is consistent with the male moth’s ability to detect the nutrient-dependent pheromones of the female from 2 km upwind (see for review Cook & Saccheri, 2013).”