Data from: Postglacial expansion and not human persecution best explains the population structure in the endangered kea (Nestor notabilis)

Nick Dussex, D. Wegmann & B. C. Robertson
Inferring past demography is a central question in evolutionary and conservation biology. It is however sometimes challenging to infer the processes that shaped the current patterns of genetic variation in endangered species. Population sub-structuring can occur as a result of survival in several isolated refugia and subsequent recolonization processes or via genetic drift following a population decline. The kea (Nestor notabilis) is an endemic parrot widely distributed in the mountains of the South Island of...
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