Data from: Contrasting patterns of local adaptation along climatic gradients between a sympatric parasitic and autotrophic tree species

Sheree Walters, Todd Robinson, Margaret Byrne, Grant Wardell-Johnson & Paul Nevill
Sympatric tree species are subject to similar climatic drivers, posing a question as to whether they display comparable adaptive responses. However, no study has explicitly examined local adaptation of co-occurring parasitic and autotrophic plant species to the abiotic environment. Here we test the hypotheses that a generalist parasitic tree would display a weaker signal of selection and genomic variation would associate with fewer climatic variables (particularly precipitation) but have similar spatial patterns to a sympatric...
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