Data from: Ecological, evolutionary and human-mediated determinants of poeciliid species richness on Caribbean islands

Andrew I. Furness, David N. Reznick & John C. Avise
Aim: The theory of island biogeography provides a predictive framework relating species richness to island size and distance from the mainland. However, the theory as originally formulated does not necessarily scale to large islands and continental landmasses that are capable of generating species through in situ speciation (rather than entirely by colonization), nor does it necessarily account for how human introduction of species alters traditional biogeographical patterns. Here, we examine the ecological (colonization and extinction),...
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