Data from: Genome-wide markers untangle the green-lizard radiation in the Aegean Sea and support a rare biogeographical pattern

Panagiotis Kornilios, Evanthia Thanou, Petros Lymberakis, Çetin Ilgaz, Yusuf Kumlutaş & Adam Leache
Aim: The Aegean Sea constitutes a major biogeographic barrier between the European and Asian continents and several models of diversification in the Aegean have been documented. Here we test three of those models for the Aegean green-lizards (Lacerta trilineata–pamphylica group): Vicariance vs. Overland Dispersal vs. Island Stepping-stone Dispersal. We investigate these hypotheses and complement our knowledge on the impact of the Aegean Barrier on east Mediterranean taxa. Location: Aegean Sea, east Mediterranean Taxon: Lacerta lizards...
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