Data from: Extremely reduced dispersal and gene flow in an island bird

Joris A. M. Bertrand, Yann X. C. Bourgeois, Boris Delahaie, Thomas Duval, Ricardo García-Jiménez, Josselin Cornuault, Philipp Heeb, Borja Milá, Benoit Pujol & Christophe Thébaud
The Réunion grey white-eye, Zosterops borbonicus, a passerine bird endemic to Réunion Island in the Mascarene archipelago, represents an extreme case of microgeographical plumage colour variation in birds, with four distinct colour forms occupying different parts of this small island (2512 km2). To understand whether such population differentiation may reflect low levels of dispersal and gene flow at a very small spatial scale, we examined population structure and gene flow by analysing variation at 11...
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