Data from: Climatic stability and genetic divergence in the tropical insular lizard Anolis krugi, the Puerto Rican \"Lagartijo Jardinero de la Montaña\"

Javier Rodríguez, Tereza Jezkova & Manuel Leal
Two factors that can lead to geographic structuring in conspecific populations are barriers to dispersal and climatic stability. Populations that occur in different physiographic regions may be restricted to those areas by physical and/or ecological barriers, which may facilitate the formation of phylogeographic clades. Long-term climatic stability can also promote genetic diversification, because new clades are likely to evolve in areas that experience lesser climatic shifts. We conducted a phylogeographic study of the Puerto Rican...
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