Data from: Frequency-dependent fitness and reproductive dynamics contribute to habitat segregation in sympatric Jewelflowers

Kyle Christie & Sharon Y. Strauss
Coexistence results from a complex suite of past and contemporary processes including biogeographic history, adaptation, ecological interactions, and reproductive dynamics. Here we explore drivers of local micro-parapatry in which two closely related and reproductively isolated Streptanthus species (Jewelflower, Brassicaceae) inhabit continuous or adjacent habitat patches and occur within seed dispersal range, yet rarely overlap in fine-scale distribution. We find some evidence for abiotic niche partitioning and local adaptation, however differential survival across habitats cannot fully...
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