Data from: Climate rather than geography separates two European honeybee subspecies

Cristian Ovidiu Coroian, Irene Muñoz, Ellen A. Schlüns, Orsolya Reka Paniti-Teleky, Silvio Erler, Emila Maria Furdui, Liviu Alexandru Mărghitaş, Daniel Severus Dezmirean, Helge Schlüns, Pilar De La Rúa & Robin A. Moritz
Both climatic and geographic factors play an important role for the biogeographic distribution of species. The Carpathian mountain ridge has been suggested as a natural geographic divide between the two honeybee subspecies Apis mellifera carnica and A. m. macedonica. We sampled one worker from one colony each at 138 traditional apiaries located across the Carpathians spanning from the Hungarian plains to the Danube delta. All samples were sequenced at the mitochondrial tRNALeu-cox2 intergenic region and...
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